Was recently told that Assistant is finally coming to Nexus 5X/6P ... Read More »
Google is rolling out a very interesting new feature with Google Play Services 10.2. It’s called “Instant Tethering” and lets you automatically tether compatible Android devices when one loses a connection.
If one device loses connection, it’ll ask if you want to tether to another device that has a connection and is on the same ... Read More »
While other Nexus devices have been on Android 7.1.1 for some time, the Nexus 6 has been left behind. It has gotten security updates, but not the latest and greatest version of Android.
Fortunately, the wait is now over. Google has posted both the factory image and the OTA image for ... Read More »
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Google has released its monthly security bulletin for January. There are two levels, one for January 1 and one for January 5. The first level covers only one critical fix and the other covers a lot more, many of which are related to NVIDIA and Qualcomm.
The factory images and OTA images are now available ... Read More »
Google has confirmed that the Nexus 6, made by Motorola and released in November 2014, will receive an update to Android 7.1.1 Nougat in early January. This update makes the Nexus 6 the oldest Nexus device to still be supported with software updates, as the Nexus 5 has officially been retired without an ... Read More »
It’s time to bid a fond farewell to the Nexus line of products. Google’s existing line of smartphones, tablets and media players is finally shutting down. The Nexus line has catered to Android enthusiasts and developers, promising speedy software updates and a clean, stock experience. With the new Pixel phones offering ... Read More »
We’re getting a new look at Google’s upcoming Pixel Launcher, and we can even give it a shot! This is very similar the the Nexus Launcher, just renamed for the upcoming Pixel devices.
The launcher has the Google ... Read More »
The new Nexus rumor mill has been heating up in recent months, and today we’re getting two of the biggest leaks yet.
First up, we’ve now got new names for Google and HTC’s upcoming phones, following a recent report claiming that they won’t be known as Nexus devices. Sources speaking to Read More »
As we near the fall season and subsequent high-end phone launches that come with it, a new report has surfaced that suggests that Google is taking a hard turn when it comes to its premiere flagship lineup of smartphones.