What could be the first leaked image of the HTC-made Nexus 9 (Volantis) just leaked, showing a plastic body similar to the Nexus 7 (2013).
Rumors and speculation are heating up as the new Nexus 6 looms closer, and this week brought us a few more details to geek over. But that wasn’t the only cool news in the Android universe this week – we spent some time with the Note 4, got to see what the fuss is about #gapgate, got a peek at Samsung’s interpretation of Android L, learned about Google’s interest in Cyanogen, and met HTC’s new Desire Eye for the first time.
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Google has a big decision to make, when the new Nexus 6 hits the shelves, should they continue to sell the old Nexus 5? We want to know what you think, head on in and place your vote on our poll.
Google’s Eric Schmidt has hit back at Tim Cook, following a comment last month that he took personal offense at the data collection practices of some rival companies.
After missing out on purchasing WhatsApp, Google is planning to launch its own mobile messaging app in India and other emerging markets.
It’s been three months since Google released Android 4.4.4 factory images for the Wi-Fi Nexus 7 (2013) and several other Nexus devices. Now the LTE version of the Nexus 7 (2013) is finally getting the same treatment.
Google wants to revamp its streaming music service.
According to a new report from The Information, Google sat down to discuss with Cyanogen Inc the possibility of a full acquisition. The CM team wasn’t interested, however.
Google is rolling out several new ad formats meant for full-screen viewing within smartphone and tablet apps. While this will make it easier for businesses to bring their message across, will these be obtrusive to mobile users?
20 people are suing Google for capturing private data from Wi-Fi networks through Google’s Street View Cars.