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At some point in the (near) future, Google will announce new Nexus-branded smartphones. Rumor has it that they’ll both be manufactured by HTC, and be powerhouse handsets in a market full of powerhouse handsets.
Officially, the Nexus S should still be running on Android 4.1, but that hasn’t stopped developers from releasing unofficial updates for the phone once Google’s software team pulled the plug on it in late 2012. While Google would want you to buy a new Nexus to take advantage of all the newest features baked ... Read More »
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Google’s effort to push monthly security updates to Nexus devices continues today with a November 2015 release.
Now that we’re into the summer, the Nexus rumors are going to start heating up, and today we’ve got a spark to help start that roaring rumor flame.
Despite recent rumors that Huawei may have a hand in manufacturing the next Nexus smartphone, Korean outlet eToday is reporting that LG will be the next Nexus manufacturer.
The Korea Times reports that “the consumer electronics arm of LG Group is working with Internet-giant Google to make another Nexus-branded Google Android smartphone.” LG produced the current Nexus 4 and rumors suggested they would also produce the “Nexus 5″, but this is the first report which openly states LG is making ... Read More »
Ubuntu for tablets revealed with split screen multi-tasking, preview for Nexus slates coming this week
Ubuntu unveils tablet experience with multi-tasking Unique ‘side stage’ multi-tasking puts phone and tablet apps on a single tablet screen Secure enterprise tablets with full disk encryption, multiple secure user accounts and standard management tool that covers Ubuntu server, PC and touch Unique convergence across all four form factors: a phone can provide tablet, TV ... Read More »
Today’s launch of the Nexus 4 and Android 4.2 comes with a bit of sad news. Android Open Source Project technical lead Jean-Baptiste Queru announced today that the Nexus S and Motorola XOOM will not be updated to Android 4.2. Both devices will finish out their days on Android 4.1.2, just like the ... Read More »
Google recently introduced Nexus devices in small, medium and large: a phone, an upgraded seven-inch tablet and a 10-inch tablet. That puts Google in even more direct competition with Apple. In an interview, John Lagerling, director of business development for Android, shares his views on Google’s Nexus strategy.