We’ve seen several hints of an upcoming Android update in recent weeks, but so far there’s been no real evidence of what goodies that upgrade might contain. That’s changing today, though, as Google has tweeted an image that hints at one ... Read More »
The Nexus line of devices have long moved on from their original purpose. The Nexus One proved what can be done with high end hardware and stock Android, basically serving as guidelines for other Android manufacturers. The Nexus S also had some amazing hardware, introducing a more refined version of Android. But from there, hardware ... Read More »
When Google took the wraps off of its new Nexus 5 smartphone last year, it also introduced a new launcher that let the user access Google Now with a simple swipe to the right from the home screen. Since then, many Android users have been wondering when Google would make ... Read More »
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The Nexus 7 2013 LTE may be a Nexus device with no carrier branding or loyalty, but its latest update is giving it some Verizon-specific goodies. The tablet is now receiving an update that’s based on 4.4.2, weighs in at 37MB and will improve connectivity for those who managed to get their tablet running on ... Read More »
When HTC had entered the tablet market in the past, the company didn’t exactly see wild success. The HTC Flyer and Jetstream were quite unpopular, despite being somewhat solid devices. HTC just didn’t know how to make a truly successful tablet. But that may be changing soon, if these rumors are true.
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Just in case you weren’t going to survive until the red Nexus 5′s purported Feb. 4 launch without getting another peek at the device, the rumor mill is happy to whet your appetite.
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It looks like the red Nexus 5 is really close to being in our hands! First it was rumored that the Nexus 5 would be made available in a variety of colors, but that claim was quickly proven false. Then it was narrowed down to the red version possibly being real. Now thanks to Sprint ... Read More »
Canonical, creators of Ubuntu and more specifically Ubuntu Touch, have some potentially upsetting news. While in the process of developing Ubuntu Touch, the team has decided to narrow down hardware support to better focus on the operating system itself. They have officially dropped support for the Nexus 7 2012, Nexus 10, and Galaxy Nexus.
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Canonical has offered developer previews of the smartphone flavor of Ubuntu since February 2013, but today the company released a new feature that makes it easier than ever for users to dip their toes in the mobile Ubuntu water. This new solution is the Ubuntu Dual Boot ... Read More »
Remember that time that LG and Google began shipping Nexus 4 units that were slightly redesigned? The tweaks were made months after the Nexus 4 originally began shipping and included small nubs at the bottom of the N4′s back to help raise its speaker off ... Read More »