While the more affordable, mid-range Android handset market is jam-packed now and getting fuller by the day, there’s still one name that makes every Android fan’s ears perk up: Nexus. According to some new, reliable information from Android Police, an updated LG Nexus 5 is coming soon, and it’s exactly what fans of ... Read More »
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I reviewed the TYLT VU Wireless Charging Car Mount in March and I’ll admit I was pretty hard on it. I wanted it to be magical and it wasn’t. The convenience of having wireless charging in the car was not enough to get excited about when my Nexus ... Read More »
Last week brought a mild panic to the Android world with the discovery of a major security flaw in Stagefright, the media playback tool that Android has used since Froyo. The bug essentially allows an attacker to simply send an infected MMS to your device, ... Read More »
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Weighing in at somewhere around 20-25MB, Android 5.1.1 is essentially a bug-smashing update with its sights set on improving performance and stability. A handful ... Read More »
Android 5.1.1 has already begun arriving on some devices, and now Sprint is adding to the mix by saying that the newest software for Google’s mobile operating system is on the way to the Nexus 5.
Sprint has recently updated the support page for the Nexus 5, and it outlines that the Android 5.1.1 ... Read More »
Nothing says “mine” like stuffing your meticulously designed, brand-new smartphone into a plastic shell plastered with anime characters, carbon fiber, pink camouflage or some bright tone of colored paint. Phone cases are here to stay, and while companies like HTC, Samsung and even Apple have taken advantage of that fact, Google hasn’t really embraced ... Read More »
Heads up, Google is taking some piping hot builds of Android 5.1 out of its oven!
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 last time we thought the Nexus 5 would be gone forever, Google debunked that and said that it would continue to sell the phone through Q1 2015. And that ended up true, as the device was for sale up until recently. Read More »
While Android 5.1 had been present on some Android One handsets already, Google made the update to the mobile platform official not too long ago, with wording that suggested the new software should be rolling out to some Nexus handsets sooner rather than later. As far as Sprint’s concerned, the update should be rolling ... Read More »