According to a new report, the Nexus program is getting ready for retirement. In its place, Android Silver will be better advertised and open to more OEMs.
The rumor mill is piping up this afternoon – could Google be working on a sub-$100 Nexus smartphone? There are no specifications to speak of just yet, but unnamed sources and rampant speculation lead to the idea of a low-mid range phone with a MediaTek chipset, 1GB of RAM and 2G/3G connectivity for less than US$100.
A new report out of Taiwan claims that HTC has won the bid to build the next ‘high-end’ Nexus tablet. Keep reading for more details!
Google announced financial results for Q4, highlighting the 99 percent revenue increase from last year in the non-advertising business, which includes hardware and the Play Store.
With big events unfolding in the mobile world, Android fans raised one big question: what happens with the Nexus line?
If you are still waiting to get your hands on the 16GB Nexus 5, you’ll be happy to know that the handset has returned to the Play Store, at least in the U.S.
Google may no longer be supporting the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with new OS updates, but where there is a will, there’s a way. Early alpha ROMs have now arrived for both the GSM and Verizon versions of the Galaxy Nexus!
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss a very hot topic indeed. Arguably one of the most greatly anticipated Android devices of 2013, we now have the Nexus 5 on the horizon. With its incredibly powerful hardware and Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box, it represents the best, most current Android experience in the world. Are the updates enough to peak your interest? Has Google done right with Android 4.4? Read on for more!
The Nexus 7 is Google’s flagship tablet. It is also Android’s most popular tablet. Thanks to its powerful specs, HD screen, and very attractive price point, the Nexus... 7 remains the best offering on the market today. The Nexus 7 has a 7 inch screen, and a very slim bezel, making it significantly easier to hold than its predecessor, the original Nexus 7.
While Chrome OS — and more pointedly, Chromebooks — enjoy a robust and thriving community, the Nexus program has had no such recourse until this week, when Google introduced the Nexus forums.