Owning a carrier-branded Nexus device has never been easy, with updates coming late and features being potentially removed. For example, if you’re the owner of a Verizon-branded Nexus 6, you’re now getting the Android 5.1.1 update that other Nexus 6 owners have been enjoying for a while now.
The Nexus 6 and its big display turned out to be pretty divisive, with some folks digging the large screen and others feeling that it’s simply to gigantic for daily use. If a new rumor is to be believed, Google is planning to appease both camps in 2015.
The Nexus 7 (2013) is one of the better tablets we’ve seen in recent memory, offering a high-res screen, a small size that’s super-portable, and speedy Android OS updates. After being around for nearly two years, though, it looks like it’s time for the N7 to retire.
The Nexus 9 has been available for a bit of a stretch now, but for those who haven’t chosen to pick up the tablet just yet due to cost, Best Buy has a limited time offer that might entice some potential buyers.
Right now, Best Buy is offering the Nexus 9 for $100 off. ... 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 »