Towards the end of every year Consumer Reports releases a “top 10 electronics product” list. On this year’s list, the LG G2 managed to make the cut.
This week in your world of Android: the Nexus 5 launched, KitKat became official along with the new Google launcher, Hangout finally learned SMS, the G Flex landed, and Motorola shocked us with Project Ara.
At Google Play’s asking price of $349, the new 16GB Nexus 5 is an absolute steal. At Best Buy’s no contract price of $799.99? Not so much. Keep reading for more details!
The Nexus 5 has been here for almost an entire day now, and so far Google seems to be handling the ordering process much better than it did last year. Of course some stock outages are to be expected.
Curious to see what kind of images the Nexus 5 is capable of producing? You might want to check out these new Nexus 5 camera samples!
The intensity and scale of the global patent war just went up a notch. Yesterday, a company that is co-owned, among others, by Apple and Microsoft filed lawsuits against Google and seven of the largest Android manufacturers.
We’ve already had a close look at the specifications and features of the Nexus 5, and now it’s time to talk money! Here’s what we know about the Nexus 5’s price and availability.
Come November 8th, Sprint will bring its very first tri-band LTE handsets to the market: the LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Mega, and Galaxy Mini.
If a new rumor is to be believed, the Nexus 5’s NFC chip will not support Google Wallet as we know it. Does this mean things are about to change? Keep reading for more details!
Following a two-year hiatus, LG launched a new tablet this fall, the G Pad 8.3, an aluminum-clad mid-sized device that LG hopes will stand out in a sea of competing offers. Is the LG G Pad 8.3 worthy of a place on your shopping list this holiday season? What are the core strengths and weaknesses of LG’s shiny new device? We take a look at all the things that matter in our LG G Pad 8.3 review.