Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside sat down with YouTuber Marques Brownlee for an interview touching some interesting topics, from Motorola’s relation to Google, to the company’s plans for wearables, and the futuristic Project Ara.
Brace yourselves, best of 2013 lists are coming. Google started early with two Play Store collections bringing together some of the best apps and games of the year.
Google is rolling out a new version of its Play Store app that brings many social integration features and design tweaks.
Users of the aging Galaxy Nexus can treat themselves with some unofficial KitKat goodness, thanks to a custom ROM developed by XDA contributor PlayfulGod.
Until now, Google Voice Search was only available to English-speaking users, but today Google opened it up to French, German, and Japanese speakers.
Android 4.4.1 KitKat has now started rolling out to the Nexus 5 bringing several camera related improvements to the mix. Keep reading for more details!
Sprint has a new deal for its student customers: 12 months of unlimited calls, texts and 1GB of data with every purchase of a new handset, Nexus 5 included, as long as they pay full price for it.
The update to Android 4.4.1 will bring massive improvements to the imaging capabilities of the Nexus 5. According to Google, the update will roll out “over the next few days.”
A Chromecast configuration file has been discovered within the code for the latest version of the Plex Media Server, suggesting Chromecast support could be on its way in the near future.
A new Google Play Movies update now makes it possible for owners of HD movies to download an SD version for situations where a user wants to save some storage space.