The Nexus Player has enjoyed a year and a half of life, and will enjoy more living in many homes as a media center for the living room or bedroom. However, Google seems to have discontinued the device, signaling the end of its retail life.
During its day ine keynote speech at the start of this year’s I/O developer conference, Google officially debuted a new feature that would allow Android devices to automatically update to the latest version of the platform without any major input from the user thanks to tweaks in Android N.
Late last week, Google Dialer surprised everyone with a lack of compatibility restrictions. Those on Marshmallow and up could install it on their non-Nexus devices, which was a pleasant surprise. Unfortunately, this was a mistake on Google’s part and has now been rectified.
The newest update to Google Dialer has restrictions set by the Play ... Read More »
Rumor has it that HTC is hard at work on potentially two new Nexus-branded devices. One of them could even be a tablet. So it seems like a good time to pull HTC’s current Nexus tablet from Google Store stock.
If you are perusing the Google Store today, and happen to find your way ... Read More »
The Nexus 5X is a great device (though a bit overshadowed by the more expensive Nexus 6P at launch), but it seems LG wants to take a break from making Nexus devices to focus on its own brand. We heard similar news two years ago, halfway ... Read More »