Although much of the Nexus buzz currently centers around predicting the LG Nexus 4 successor, we should also remember that the Nexus 10 is also due for a refresh. While Samsung was once thought as a shoo-in for the title, it's possible that Google may have given the task to Asus.
Verizon subscribers unable to activate the LTE version of the Google Nexus 7 may just have to be patient a while longer.
Owners of the new tablet who tried to activate it on Verizon this week ran into a roadblock. The carrier doesn't support the device for activation even though the Nexus 7 is technically compatible with its 4G LTE network.
Verizon also managed to fan the flames by telling disgruntled Nexus 7 owner and tech blogger Jeff Jarvis via Twitter: "I'm excited you got your Nexus 7 but not all LTE tablets are created equal. It'… Read more
The answer: a Nexus 5 made by LG that will drop next month, if a report from Digitimes on Wednesday is to be believed.
The Taiwan-based site and its supply chain sources seem to be further confirming what's now been suspected for several weeks -- a Nexus 5 is just around the corner. … Read more
Have a hankering for a Google Nexus 7 tablet along with LTE service? AT&T feels it has an offer you can't resist. The carrier has now partnered with Google to sell a 32GB version of the slate complete with AT&T LTE 4G data access for $349.
Of course you can also buy a 32GB Nexus 7 model for the same $349 direct from the Google Play store without having to commit to a lengthy two-year service contract. As someone who mainly uses tablets at home over Wi-Fi, or free-load off of friends and family's … Read more
Some Verizon customers who picked up the 4G LTE version of the Google Nexus 7 tablet may not be able to actually activate the device on Verizon's network, despite technical compatibility.
Disgruntled buyers taking to social-media outlets like Twitter and Google+ report that people who bought a Nexus 7 from a third-party source were not able to activate Verizon's LTE on their new tablets.
Tech blogger Jeff Jarvis tweeted that he waited days after contacting Verizon's customer service through social media and in-person visits to receive the Twitter response that "not all LTE tablets are created … Read more
Consumers searching for the Nexus 4 smartphone will no longer be able to grab one through Google Play.
The store currently shows both the 8GB and 16GB models as out of inventory. A note tells buyers to "please check back soon." However, a "trusted source" told The Verge that this is the end of the line for the Nexus 4 and that Google has no plans to restock the device.
Last month, Google slashed the price of the Nexus 4 by $100 in an effort to rid itself of inventory.
The unlocked phone is still available … Read more
The picture gets somewhat clearer for the rumored Nexus 5 smartphone as newly discovered FCC documents provide a glimpse at a fully assembled device that could very well be the next Nexus. These echo earlier findings about the LG Nexus 4 successor.
First spotted by PhoneScoop, the FCC filing shows a variant of Verizon's LG G2 smartphone. Just as the Nexus 4 was a modified version of the LG Optimus G, so appears to be the case for the LG G2 and the so-called Nexus 5.
The photos make the phone appear to be covered in a black material … Read more
Introduced all the way back in Android 2.1, Live Wallpapers provide animated, and often interactive, backgrounds that range from minimalist to downright busy.
As Android has evolved over the years and become more power-efficient, developers have created increasingly more robust Live Wallpapers.
Thanks to advances in the platform, these eye-catching backgrounds now also sip your battery charge instead of chugging.
I've put together a small collection of my favorite Live Wallpaper apps for Android, some of which are free. The apps mentioned here are uniquely different from each other and represent some of the best available for the … Read more
Nexus 7 fans who have been waiting for an LTE edition of the latest generation of the Google tablet, prepare to loosen your wallets. A 32GB version of the 2013 Nexus 7 with a 4G T-Mobile sim has just hit the Google Play store for $349.
If you aren't sure that another monthly mobile data plan is worthwhile, Google and T-Mobile are also offering 2GB of free 4G data for the first month. It looks as though it will be compatible with other carriers as well, based on specs showing that the new Nexus 7's radios are compatible with a number of LTE, HSPA, and GSM bands.… Read more
The next generation of Nexus smartphone may have just been spotted loitering the virtual halls of the FCC.
Details found in the federal database show a 4.96-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Digging deeper, the D820 is found to be running a version of software called "aosp_hammerhead-userdebugKyeLimePieFACTORYeng.sangjoon84.lee.20130618.015154 [sic]."
Spelling error aside, the fact that it shows Key Lime Pie indicates … Read more