Officially, the Nexus S should still be running on Android 4.1, but that hasn’t stopped developers from releasing unofficial updates for the phone once Google’s software team pulled the plug on it in late 2012. While Google would want you to buy a new Nexus to take advantage of all the newest features baked ... Read More »
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Google recently introduced two new Nexus devices, which has accordingly sent the price of the Nexus 6 into a tailspin. The price has been dropping all over the place, but this latest sale takes it as low as we’ve seen. Guaranteecellular, an eBay seller, has ... Read More »
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Not too long ago, Google said that it would be sending out the official release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow to supported devices. Right on schedule, the newest version of Android is now making its way out to Nexus-branded devices, which should make plenty of owners happy.
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According to T-Mobile, an update for all Nexus phones since the Nexus 4, as well as the Nexus 7 (2013) and Nexus 9 tablets, will be available OTA over Wi-Fi later today.
The update will be Android 5.1.1 build LMY48M and includes security updates and bug fixes. Following the Stagefright madness virtually everyone — including Google ... Read More »
While the overall size of the device was an issue for some, the biggest knock against the Nexus 6 has always its the price. And though we are expecting new Nexii announced by the end of the month, for those looking to get in on Project Fi or the Nexus experience, the Read More »
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 »
Project Fi is one of Google’s latest experiments that turns the company into an MVNO. Currently, the only phone available through Fi is Google’s own Nexus 6. The program has had its perks, but Google is adding another one that’s quite significant. If you purchased your Nexus 6 through Project ... 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 »