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.
It seems that all good things must come to an end, ladies and gentlemen.
The absurdly priced $199.99 8GB Nexus 4 has just sold out on the Google Play store. At $199, it’s quite... easy to see why.
Google confirmed with The Verge that the 8GB version will not be restocked. And , for those of you that are on the market for a new device, the 16GB Nexus 4 still remains t...
The Moto X is here, and we’re going to see just how well it stacks up against the Google Nexus 4! Can the Moto X rise above average in this versus? Find out in our review.
With LG’s latest flagship, the LG G2 having been unveiled late last week in New York, tech pundits, curious consumers, and others are already beginning to think about the... arrival of the highly anticipated Nexus 5, rumoured to land in our hands around October this year.
There were more than a few murmurings that we would be seeing a Google Play Edition of...
Motorola is rumored to launch a Motorola Nexus smartphone – not a Moto X version – by the end of the year.
To keep you in the know, and to avoid the dreaded buyer’s remorse, we’ve made a list of upcoming Android tablets that you have to know about if you want to make an educated decision and buy with confidence. Read on for all the details!
An interesting new entry has appeared in Samsung’s Open Source Release Center database. Designated as the kernel source for a new device with model number GT-i9505G, it’s rumored to be Galaxy S4 Google Edition code.
Root 101 is a pre-rooted tablet that offers a Nexus-like experience and comes with the latest Android out of the box. Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, the device is promised to ship by August.
Welcome to the very first installment of Android Authority Q & A. Each week we’ll be taking from you, our wonderful readers, and answering them both here and in video form.
It led some to speculate as to whether or not Google was done making Nexus hardware. That’s a fair question, considering we’ve not seen this kind of thing from Google before. Is it a sign of changing tides, or Google being smart about what consumers want?