Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs have been coming out of the woodwork for the past couple weeks now, but there are none as anticipated as CyanogenMod 9.
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When the Nexus S first launched, early adopters everywhere lit up at the promise of what NFC could offer. It’s been nearly a year since that time, and Google along with other high-profile developers are just now starting to show us what NFC can do. Available now in the Android Market, the official PayPal app ... Read More »
As soon as Ice Cream Sandwich is ready to roll out, the Nexus S will undoubtedly be the first device to be updated. (The Galaxy Nexus will be coming out within the next couple weeks, so Android 4.0 should be hitting the Nexus S right around then as well). While two to three weeks doesn’t ... Read More »
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I know what you’re thinking right about now. Android 4.0 looks pretty damn awesome, but when is that update going to hit my phone? I asked this question to Andy Rubin earlier this year at Google IO, and his response was pretty straight forward. He told us that most of the current generation of Android ... Read More »
Today Google Wallet received an update that added a new experience called SingleTap. Unfortunately the service is still unavailable to the majority of Android owners. (Google only supports the Sprint Nexus S 4G). Hackers have found a way to enable Google Wallet on the AT&T and T-Mobile versions of ... Read More »
Google recently released Google Wallet. This was meant to dust off that NFC chip, which is hardly (if ever) used. Sadly, this service is not available for all Nexus S owners; only those on Sprint’s network (Nexus S 4G) have access. This exclusivity has many Nexus S ... Read More »
While most of us will be waiting for October 11 to roll around for our first hands-on experience with Ice Cream Sandwich, one lucky eBayer claims to have received a Nexus S with an early build already installed. And he has the video to prove it.
Originally posted on Engadget, the two minute video ... Read More »
Android is no stranger to outer space. The Samsung Galaxy S II got out of this world in July. And back in December 2010, the Nexus S was rigged up to a weather balloon and sent into the atmosphere to test the Nexus’ on-board sensors. According to the fellows in charge ... Read More »
Alright, now we’re talking. After months and months of wondering what Ice Cream Sandwich (the next version of Android) will look like, we finally have some pictures to keep us going until Google takes the wraps off the delicious update. The images come to us via a member of RootzWiki, who claims that ... Read More »
The Nexus S doesn’t have a dual-core processor. It doesn’t feature a 3D display. There is no HDMI port, microSD card slot, or even a notification light. However, ask any Nexus S owner what they think about the phone and they are likely to tell you that it is the best Android has to offer.
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