The new Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 have been the talk of the Android town this week, with the Nexus 9 going on sale and the Nexus 6 remaining very hard to get, at least from Google’s Play Store. Our review of the Nexus 9 went up this week, but it wasn’t the only review going live: the new Moto X, Huawei’s massive Mate 7, and Sony’s Xperia Z3 Compact received the same treatment. On the software front, large updates hit Calendar, Maps and a few other Google apps. We’ve heard the first credible rumors about the Galaxy S6, due next February. Finally, Motorola made the rumored global version of the Droid Turbo a reality.
Following server problems durings its 50% Nexus 9 discount, HTC has issued an apology and promises to resolve issues for future promotions.
Carrier IQ has since admitted that the software logs contents of messages.
HTC CFO Chang Chia-lin has revealed that the company plans to launch its own-brand of tablets in 2015, but it won’t be entering the budget market.
Right now HTC is offering up a limited number of Nexus 9 units for only $199!
Big price tags create big expectations, and the Nexus 9 in particular has a high bar to reach. With all this said, here’s our in-depth Nexus 9 review.
We take a quick look at the unboxing, and give you our first impressions about the Nexus 9!
Based on Qualcomm Rapid Charge 2.0 tech, the HTC Rapid Charger 2.0 is coming soon, and will charge a small selection of phones up to 60% in just 30 minutes.
HTC has announced a small profit of NT$0.6 billion for Q3 2014, a major improvement over last year’s quarterly loss of NT$3.5 billion.
Amazon UK customers who placed orders for the Nexus 9 tablet have learned that the Nexus tablet’s shipping date has been pushed back to “at least mid December”.