According to Google CFO Patrick Pichette during the company’s Q1 2015 earnings call, it seems that the Nexus program is seeing some decline in performance.
According to analytic firm iSuppli, the next Nexus won’t just be assembled and manufactured in China, but designed there as well. The beneficiary? Huawei!
For today only, Office Depot is offering an $80 discount over the retail price of the 16GB Nexus 9, giving you the chance to snag the tablet with free next-day shipping for only $319.
We take a look back at Google’s Nexus line from the Nexus One through to the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9.
We take a look at the Nexus brand, what it is supposed to represent, how it has or hasn’t changed and whether it really matters.
A new wording change in the Google Nexus (and GPE) update policy suggests you may have to wait longer for updates, depending on your carrier.
Having trouble with your Nexus? Lamenting some lag on Lollipop? Tell Google about it via the native feedback option available in Android 5.0!
Google has given its ambitious Project Tango an official product page on its Play Store, though pricing and availability are both non-existent.
Despite the November 12th release date, a leaked internal memo suggests T-Mobile is already facing Nexus 6 supply issues due to “inventory constraints.” Although anyone will be able to order it at the store and receive the phablet by mail, only select locations will get physical stock to sell directly.
For this week’s Friday Debate we share our thoughts on the latest Nexus devices and Android 5.0 Lollipop.