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Best of Android 2017 – the phone of the year is...

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Blackberry Motion review: A KEYone without the keyboard

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Drone Rush 2017 holiday buying guide

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This is the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition

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Android 7 Nougat update tracker – October 25, 2017

With the Android 7.0 Nougat update spreading and the Android 7.1 update catching on now too, we've rounded up all Nougat update news in one place.
by Team AAOctober 25, 2017412

Google’s battery app is now available in the Play Store as ‘Device Health Services’

Google's battery app is now updating through the Play Store. This means it'll be able to receive faster updates without waiting for a full OS update.
by Matt AdamsOctober 11, 2017

Why the Nexus 5 is still so fondly remembered

The Nexus 5 wasn't without its flaws, but it remains one of the most-loved Android phones ever. Why? Join us as we take a look.
by Scott Adam GordonJuly 11, 2017

Nexus 6P beta testers can snag the final Android 7.1.2 Nougat update

Nexus 6P owners on Google's beta testing program can finally download the final Android 7.1.2 Nougat update.
by John CallahamApril 12, 201721
 
 

Nexus 6 March security update pulled due to Android Pay issues (Update: It’s back)

The most recent March security update breaks SafetyNet on Google's Nexus 6 device, disabling Android Pay functionality for the handset.
by David ImelMarch 10, 201712

Does Android use more memory than iOS? – Gary explains

Android flagship devices tend to have more memory than their iPhone equivalents. Why is that? Is it because Android uses more RAM than iOS? Gary explains!
by Gary SimsFebruary 2, 201799

A Nexus by any other name: Skin your Pixel to look like a Nexus

dbrand has recognized a market opportunity for hardcore Nexus fans: skins for the Pixel and Pixel XL that bring some Nexus flair to the Pixel.
by Kris CarlonOctober 15, 201665

Nexus is dead, long live Pixel

Today, in coordination with the launch of the Google Pixel and the Pixel XL, Google has made it clear that the Nexus line is gone for good.
by John DyeOctober 4, 201638

Nexus Launcher is now Pixel Launcher and you can download it now!

We heard that Nexus is no more, so it's not surprising that the brand's characteristic launcher is getting a new name as well.
by John DyeSeptember 12, 2016190

Rumor: More information about the alleged Huawei-made Nexus tablet emerges

While still largely a rumor, we now have some more information about the alleged upcoming Huawei-made Nexus tablet.
by Ankit BanerjeeSeptember 8, 201675
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