Still trying to get your hands on a Nexus 4? If you’re looking to do so with T-Mobile, you’re in luck. Right now, Best Buy has the Nexus 4 in stock online for $199 with a two-year contract through T-Mobile.
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Revenue and profits weren’t the only thing discussed during Google’s Q4 earnings call. Google executives touched on everything from the success of their core services and the evolution of search, to the future of Motorola hardware, to the high prioritization of sorting out the Nexus 4′s availability problems.
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The blame game surrounding the limited availability of the Nexus 4 has reached ridiculous levels. Google originally blamed LG for component shortages, then LG fired back that production was continuing on as planned. They also debunked rumors that a new Nexus was in the works, or that production had been slowed to focus on future ... Read More »
Today has been a great afternoon for T-Mobile customers. Not only has T-Mobile announced that the Nexus 4 will be available in all retail locations in the coming weeks, but the Nexus 7 3G is now available in the Google Play store with a T-Mobile sim card. And the second city slated to get Magenta’s ... Read More »
Buying a Nexus 4 from the Google Play store has been nearly impossible since the device first launched in early November. A while back, Google described the supply of Nexus 4 handsets from LG as “scarce and erratic,” but an LG company official spoke with South Korean newspaper, Chosun Ilbo, to set the record straight.
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The Nexus 4 is one hard phone to pin down. After a couple brief spurts of availability near its initial release, the Nexus 4 has been practically non-existent. Its availability status is currently marked as “SOLD OUT” in bold, red letters on the Google Play store. Why? Was initial demand really that strong for Google’s ... Read More »
This week Toyota announced their 2013 Avalon Limited will be the first vehicle available in the world that offers in-console Qi wireless charging for Qi-enabled mobile phones and devices. The frugal ones among us might go with a $10 wired charger in our cars, but the $45k Avalon Limited would be a pretty cool way to ... Read More »
“All I want for Christmas is the Nexus 4.” Too bad it’s perpetually sold out. Google blames LG for the shortages, yet that hasn’t stopped both companies from promoting the product with new ads. Check out this new Nexus 4 ad called “Holiday Photo Sphere” and let us know what you think.
Since Google sells the Nexus 4 unlocked and without a contract, it makes the perfect smartphone for pre-paid wireless service. We already covered the best pre-paid plans for the Nexus 4, but I wanted to take a moment and explain my personal setup. After carefully reviewing all the options, I decided to ... Read More »
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 »