This last year has been a wild ride for Google. Through 2012 and early 2013, we’ve been introduced to Google Glass, the Chromebook Pixel, the Nexus Q, Nexus 10, Nexus 7 and Nexus 4. All impressive devices on their own, but together, they form one of the best product portfolios any one company has ever ... Read More »
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Shortly after rolling out to most of Google’s last two generations of Nexus devices, Android 4.2.1, or the December fix update, has been pushed into the AOSP. Factory images, binaries, and all.
Hot on the heels of the over-the-air update for Android 4.2.1, factory images for the yakju and takju Galaxy Nexus variants have been ... Read More »
Today is Nexus day for some of those who ordered their devices from Google Play. The lucky ones have their devices already shipped and on vehicle for delivery today, while others have been moved to backorder and could have to wait three weeks. We have received thousands of comments about Nexus orders over ... Read More »
Initial reports claimed that Google might begin shipping out Nexus orders from the Play Store on the same day when they went on sale November 13th, but two days later a large chunk of orders have not been processed. Early this morning we received reports that some orders had shipped and UPS tracking numbers were ... Read More »
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If you want to purchase one of Google’s new Nexus devices, then stop reading this post and head over to the Google Play Store before they sell out.
If you’ve read our Nexus 4 review roundup, looked at Taylor’s 4 reasons he’s buying one, taken a look at the 4 things you may want to consider before making the plunge, and you’re still itching to get your hands on Google’s next flagship device, you’re probably wondering, “When ... Read More »
If you plan on buying a Nexus 4, Nexus 7, or Nexus 10, there will be a bunch of optimized games waiting for you on launch day. Both Electronic Arts and Gameloft have announced they will support the entire Nexus family of devices with their lineup of Android games.
Gameloft says they have optimized 10 ... Read More »
Matias Duarte, Google’s head of Android User Experience, took to Google+ to answer recent questions about Android 4.2 and the Nexus 4. He gave some pretty in-depth responses, and he is still taking questions, so head over to the source link to engage. Read on after the break to see his ... Read More »
Google might have cancelled their big press event scheduled for today, but that hasn’t slowed them from announcing new devices and showing off features of Android 4.2. Google’s official product pages are a great place to get started, but Google also granted The Verge with an exclusive, in-depth look at today’s ... Read More »