We’ve heard a lot about the upcoming Nexus devices, as well as the Android 7.0 Nougat update that will be accompanying the devices. While we generally assumed that the Nexus devices would feature the same version of Nougat as everyone else, the ... Read More »
The 2016 Nexus leaks continue to flow tonight with a new report regarding a software feature that may be included with both phones.
Spam calls have been a problem for decades, and there’s not much we can do about them. Do not call lists are helpful, but they’re far from foolproof. Lately they almost seem useless. However, Google is adding another layer of protection to Nexus and Android One devices.
The Google Phone app is being updated starting today, ... Read More »
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Sometimes waiting for a deal, a really good deal, is the best way to buy a new smartphone. For anyone who has been waiting to get their hands on the Nexus 5X, Newegg may have the right deal for you.
The retailer is hosting a flash sale right now which is offering the 32GB ... Read More »
Last month, Project Fi officially rolled out support for the regional carrier U.S. Cellular, expanding the service’s reach in a variety of states. Now Google has announced that a new international focus will bring faster data speeds for Project Fi subscribers.
Beginning today, Project Fi users can get high-speed data in over 135 ... Read More »
HTC is expected to launch not one, but two different Nexus-branded smartphones this year. We’ve seen the rumored specs for both handsets already, but one question has lingered: What will the devices look like?
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Rumor has it that HTC is manufacturing a pair of Nexus-branded devices this year. A week ago we heard our first rumors regarding the specs for the smaller of the two, codenamed “Sailfish,” and now there’s word on what features larger “Marlin” device might boast.
According to an anonymous Android Police source, the Marlin ... Read More »
Google is being very open about how long it will support Nexus devices. A support page describes the rules Google has set, and honestly, they’re extremely good. Android version updates are guaranteed for at least two years from launch, and security patches are guaranteed for three years from launch or 18 months after the Google Store ... Read More »
The Nexus 5X is a great little budget device at only $349, offering stock Android and support for all four major US carriers, but it’s even better with discounts. The 32GB model is usually $399, but eBay currently has it for $269.99, a full $130 off.
These deals usually don’t last long, ... Read More »
Google has posted its monthly Android Security Bulletin for June, showcasing all of the vulnerabilities found in Android. This month a critical vulnerability was found that could execute code through email, text or more by processing media files. Google doesn’t think the exploit has been used, but it’s been patched anyway.
If you’re using a ... Read More »