The Google Experience Launcher came out with the Nexus 5, and so far, has stayed exclusive to the device. Sure, you can sideload it to many devices currently on the market, but officially, it’s a Nexus 5 feature. Could it soon be coming to more devices?
In the latest update to the Google Search app, ... Read More »
Are you hungry for the new red Nexus 5 but simply can’t wait several days for it to be shipped to you? If you’re enrolled in Google Shopping Express, you can get the Nexus 5 delivered to your door the same day that ... Read More »
Nexus phones have historically been available in only basic colors. Remember the white Galaxy Nexus, and how long people were dreaming of a white Nexus 4? That was the case whe Google released the Nexus 5 last year, too, with black and white as the only color choices available to buyers. But then the rumors ... Read More »
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.
A new press image of the crimson-hued N5 has been posted by Read More »
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 »
The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch has some awesome features, but unfortunately, Samsung decided to limit its compatibility to only Galaxy devices. And not even all Galaxy devices, just a few with Android 4.3. Not only does this limit the amount of money Samsung can make from the watch, but it also keeps people from using ... Read More »
Over the years, Google has built the highly respected Nexus brand. The idea behind the Nexus phones and tablets is to show off what Google’s vision is for Android. While Nexus phones feature most of the latest and greatest specs and an Android build straight from Google, the expectations of a Nexus phone from the ... Read More »
Following our Reader’s Choice award, which crowned the HTC One as the best Android smartphone of 2013, we decided to do some internal polling to find out how our editors rank this year’s crop of phones. Rather than a standard poll, we asked our editors to list their favorite five Android phones ... Read More »
Last week we asked our readers to name their favorite Android smartphone of 2013 and more than 2,500 of you responded by nominating and voting! While there were quite a few amazing Android phones released in 2013, your votes made it clear that a single device rose above the status quo – the ... 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 »