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.
The Google Nexus 4 is finally back in stock on the German Google Play Store, with an estimated shipping period of 3 – 5 days, and is priced at €249 and €349 for the 8GB and 16GB versions respectively.
There is some good news for those of you in the UK who have been trying to get your hands on a Nexus 4. Google has taken delivery of a new batch of the phones and they are now officially in stock. According to the Google Play store delivery is now 3 to 5 days.
Better late than never — the Nexus 4 will finally be launched in Brazil on March 27. When will it hit stores?
Australian retailer Harvey Norman still has stock problems for the Google Nexus 4, but there are promises to solve the problem soon.
We used our time with the Galaxy S4 to see how the new handset compares against other Anrdoid phones, and whether it can outpace Apple and Blackberry flagship smartphones.
A new rumor claims that Google’s Nexus 5 could be made by LG, and reveals specs and features for such a device.
Canadian Nexus 4 owners looking to free themselves from restraints of a traditional wall charger will be happy to know that the official Nexus wireless charger is now on sale for $59.99 via the Google Play store.