Ahead of any official announcements, the Android 5.0 Lollipop factory image for the original Nexus 7 WiFi has leaked. If you can’t wait for the OTA, you can flash Lollipop now.
T-Mobile has pushed back their Nexus 6 launch date, possibly due to supply shortages.
Following T-Mobile (right after launch) and AT&T (earlier today), Sprint announced the availability on its network of the highly anticipated Nexus 6.
GM has teamed up with another Open Automotive Alliance member to build a competitor to Android Auto. Due in 2016, it will be an Android powered infotainment system all its own.
The 32GB Nexus 6 will be available on AT&T for $249.99 on a two-year agreement, while unlocked the price is $682.99.
On top of a $25 million donation, Google will match your donation to the fight against Ebola, 2:1.
A year later, is the Nexus 5 still worth picking up?
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.
In a recent interview, Android’s VP of Engineering, Hiroshi Lockheimer, speaks on the long road to Lollipop, the fantastic features, and the future ahead.
Google’s special Project Ara team has developed and is currently testing a module that is capable of measuring blood oxygen levels.