With Google I/O right around the corner, and the probable announcement of the next iteration of the Android OS, we’re more curious about which manufacturer will be making the Nexus handset. Who do you think should manufacture the next Nexus (Nexus 5) smartphone?
LG has released the financial results for Q1 2013 and the outcome is mixed: record smartphone sales make up for poor TV sales performance.
Get ready, Canada… two of the best smartphones on the planet have landed. Word today from TELUS is that both the HTC One and Nexus 4 are currently available, ready for purchase. TELUS has some pretty great deals to celebrate, too!
After the success of smartphones such as the Nexus 4 and Optimus G, LG unveil plans to launch its next flagship smartphone, the Optimus G2, in Q3, probably at IFA.
Join us for a trip down memory lane, from the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1) to the Google Nexus 4, as we discuss the best Android smartphones of all time. Is your pick here?
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?