Google Play is a great resource for buying devices straight from the source, but because Google doesn’t have its own retail stores, customers can’t really speak face-to-face to a Google employee and get answers to any questions that they may have. That’s changing now.
Google is now testing a live video chat service that’ll connect ... Read More »
Good news for Nexus fans and Verizon customers; we now know the launch date for the Verizon-branded Nexus 6! A leak of a Verizon slide shows a few launch dates, including February 26 for the Nexus 6. So if you’ve been waiting to buy the device but don’t want ... Read More »
The Nexus 6 officially went on sale at the tail end of 2014, but getting one from either the Google Play store or Motorola hasn’t always been all that easy for everyone. And if the price seems a bit steep, T-Mobile has an interesting offer.
T-Mobile has the Midnight Blue Nexus 6 available in both ... Read More »
The Nexus 6 was originally set to feature a fingerprint sensor nestled in the dimple on the back of the device. The news comes as the result of an interview with Dennis Woodside, former CEO of Motorola. What was the reason for the decision that left the production model without a fingerprint sensor? ... Read More »
Our friends over at PhoneDog have produced an excellent video detailing 12 reasons why the Nexus 6 is a better smartphone than the iPhone 6 Plus. The reasons they include range from the physical build of the phone and how it feels in the hand to the subtleties of the Android operating system. Do you ... Read More »
The HTC Nexus 9 was announced with three different color options, but it’s spent a good chunk of time in the Play Store with only two of those colors available. That changes today, as the Sand color option has appeared in the Play Store for the 32GB Nexus 9. The device is ... Read More »
When it comes to updates, Nexus and Google Play edition devices are always expected to get the latest version of Android first. Though Google Play edition devices may be a bit behind Nexus devices, they are both supposed to be up to date within a few weeks of the latest version of Android being pushed ... Read More »
While most of us probably know all about the features of our phones and tablets and know exactly where to look for solutions to problems, not every smartphone or tablet owner is that savvy. That’s why Google today launched it’s newest Android app, dubbed Device Assist.