Just as rumors pointed to, Google has announced its own MVNO, Project Fi. Project Fi is Google’s new service that aims to change the wireless market and provide a better experience for customers. The major selling point of Project Fi is that ... Read More »
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According to The Wall Street Journal, Google is poised to unveil its wireless service as early as tomorrow. Google has been rumored to be creating an MVNO for months now, but the project seems to be nearing fruition. The key selling point of the ... 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 »
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Android Police has dug into an APK uncovered as part of a Nexus 6 firmware image that was uploaded last week and found some juicy new details regarding the oft-rumored Google MVNO.
Standard grain of salt warnings apply here as, while Android Police has some assurances from a source that the original firmware is ... Read More »
Heads up, Google is taking some piping hot builds of Android 5.1 out of its oven!
Nexus 6 owners on T-Mobile, begin hammering your “Check update” button.
T-Mobile is now pushing Android 5.1 to Nexus 6 models running on its network. T-Mobile product guy Des Smith confirmed the push on Twitter, saying that the update also includes Voice over LTE (VoLTE) support. T-Mobile’s Nexus 6 support page shows ... Read More »
Google is offering a promo lasting from today until March 31 that gives $50 of Google Play credit to anyone who purchases a Nexus 6, Nexus 9 or Android Wear smartwatch. The deal also includes free shipping, which is nice perk. If you think about it, $50 in Google ... Read More »
With privacy an ever-mounting concern for users on mobile, it stands to reason that people are going to be turning to VPNs in larger numbers. While we saw a simplification of the VPN process in Android 5.0, it looks like Google will be taking things a step further in the future by offering a VPN ... Read More »
Verizon Wireless has announced that it will begin selling the Nexus 6 online on March 12 and in stores on March 19. After an extremely long wait and launches on the three other major carriers, the Nexus 6 will finally be available to Verizon customers. The reason for the wait? We ... 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 »