We take a close look at the Google Nexus 4 vs the Sony Xperia Z, two devices that impress through their sleek designs and powerful specifications. Which one will come on top?
Want to try Facebook Home but it’s throwing incompatible errors? This guide may be able to help you get Facebook Home installed on your device!
The big hitters this week on Android Authority on Air was all things Facebook Phone. We covered the new HTC First, a mid-low range phone shipping with Facebook’s launcher built in and Facebook Home. The HTC First isn’t a bad device for the price and if you’re a Facebook fan you’ll probably love it. The same goes for the standalone launcher, Facebook Home. If you’re heavily addicted to Facebook, it’s not the worst choice in the world until you consider the advertisements and the privacy issues. Tune in to find out what we really think.
Google has just put a few new Nexus 4 accessories up for sale on Google Play, including a headset, a USB cable, and a power adapter.
Today, we take a look at the Wireless Charging Orb for the Google Nexus 4. Wireless chargers are great for tangle-free desks, but are they worth it?
The latest Kantar report focuses on smartphone sales by operating system in the UK, as well as other important global markets. Much to our delight, the survey shows Android has the upper hand against iOS all across the world, from London to Beijing.
Telus just might follow the footsteps of some of its fellow Canadian carriers by releasing the LG Nexus 4 very soon.
The story of travelling the world with the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7, and how Google Now complements life on the road.
Ladies and gentlemen, it looks like the Nexus 4 has quietly received a bit of a design change. On the front-side the Nexus 4 looks the same as ever, with both changes only affecting the back of the smartphone.
The moment that some of you have been waiting for is here — the Nexus 4 is finally available for purchase in Brazil. Shame about the price, though.