HTC Nexus Tablet Rumored for 2014


After months and months of speculation regarding who will deliver the next Nexus tablet, whether that be Samsung, LG, or ASUS, today we’re now hearing HTC won over Google. Following rumors of an LG Nexus 10, which still could be true, today we’re getting a brand new set of reports claiming the next Nexus tablet, […]

Nexus One Owners Need to Upgrade or Go Custom for ICS


I have a couple of friends still rocking the “Google Phone” that Google left behind, the Nexus One. One of them has moved on to Windows Phone, but is still quite bitter that the phone Google said would get all the upgrades isn’t getting Android 4. Google’s Hugo Barra confirmed this way back in October, but […]

Nexus One Won’t Get Android 4.0 Update

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It’s time to strike one major phone off of the list of devices that are potential candidates to get the boost up to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and that phone is unfortunately Google’s eldest Nexus device, the Nexus One. In comments made to The Telegraph, Hugo Barra confirmed the bad news and stated that […]

Nexus One Android 2.3.6 Update Arrives, Can Be Manually Installed

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Well, well, what do we have here? It appears that Google rolled out a little surprise to Nexus One owners somewhere between Friday and Saturday in the form of the next version of Gingerbread. That’s right. Android 2.3.6 has arrived for the Nexus One and it’s rolling out to devices OTA right now. And if […]

Will The Real Nexus 3 Please Stand Up?

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Over the past couple of weeks we have seen a grand total of four devices surface that were labeled as possibilities for the next Nexus-branded smartphone from Google. Sadly, only one has an actual shot at being the Nexus 3 and even then, it seems unlikely to be the next Nexus. So let’s take a […]

The Next Nexus Phone Looks Like a Mini Tablet on Ice Cream Sandwich


The next-generation Nexus smartphone from Google, the version to succeed the current Nexus S from Samsung (and Sprint’s Nexus S 4G variant), may be running the next version of Android known as Ice Cream Sandwich and will debut sans buttons, capacitive touch or physical. According to Techhog, Google is requesting proposals from both HTC and […]

T-Mobile Blocking Google Talk Video Chat on Nexus S (Updated)

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If you own a Nexus S, run it on T-Mobile’s network and haven’t been able to get Google Talk’s video chat feature that arrived with the recent Android 2.3.4 update, well, you’re not alone.As a matter of fact, T-Mobile is blocking you from using the feature on its 3G network. Engadget has confirmed that the […]

Eco-Talk: Android for Good at Google I/O Helps Users Recycle Android Phones


Google is asking attendees of its Google I/O conference to bring in old unlocked Android smartphones in working conditions to donate to the Android for Good program, which will clean up your phone and send it to someone in a developing country. As I/O is geared towards geeky developers–who may constantly upgrade to the newest […]

Nexus One Android 2.3.4 Update Can Be Manually Installed

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Attention Nexus One owners. If you’re looking to get Android 2.3.4 on your phone this moment (who likes waiting for OTA updates?), then there is an easy manual installation process that you can follow to get it up and running right now. Last week, Google announced that Android 2.3.4 would roll out to the Nexus […]

Nexus S Android 2.3.4 Update Can Be Manually Installed

Nexus S

Earlier today, Google announced that it was bringing Android 2.3.4 and video chat capabilities through Google Talk to the Nexus S in the next couple of weeks. Well, Nexus S owners, good news. You don’t have to wait for the update because there is a way to get it right now. Android Central has discovered […]

Android 2.3.4 Update Gets Detailed

Android 2.3.4

Earlier today, Google announced that it would be releasing Android 2.3.4 to the Nexus S and the Nexus One bringing video chatting via Google Talk to the former and bug fixes to the latter. And while we pretty much know what to expect from the Nexus S’ new video chat feature, Nexus One owners were […]

Ultimate Android 2.3 Update List: Which Phones Will Get Gingerbread?

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Back in December, Google announced that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread would follow Android 2.2 Froyo as the next operating system coming to Android OS smartphones. As of today, April 21st, there are only 3 phones that currently boast official Gingerbread leaving many device owners to wonder: Am I going to be getting Android 2.3 Gingerbread? […]

Google Pushing Out Android 2.3 Gingerbread Update


Google is now pushing out an update to its Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system for the Nexus One and the newly launched Nexus S smartphones. The update brings the Gingerbread build number to 2.3.3 and will be delivered over the air (OTA) over the next several weeks in batches to ease server load. That means […]

Samsung Nexus S Gets Teased on Best Buy Website [Updated]


In recent weeks, speculation was building up on the Internet across various blogs that Samsung will create a stock Android phone, sans any customizations, and would receive updates directly from Google. That handset, would probably be the next developer phone, and would succeed the original Nexus One in Google’s lineup, which is a Google-branded Android […]

Samsung Nexus Two Rumors Turn Out to be a Verizon Android Phone


After Google had said that it would be discontinuing future iterations of its mobile phone branded line following the fact that the company says that the Nexus One had achieved its purpose, rumors had recently been swirling that Samsung may introduce what could be the next generation developer phone, called the Nexus Two, which would […]

So Long Nexus One…

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Just a few months ago Google kicked off sales of the Nexus One over at A few days ago Google announced that it received its last shipment of Nexus Ones and now the device is officially sold out. The Google Nexus One was a very appealing device and probably would’ve ended up with one […]

Google to Stop Selling Nexus One Online

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Google announced that it will soon stop selling the Nexus One online and will work with wireless carriers to offer a better buying experience. Uber-geeks might be willing to purchase expensive smartphones sight unseen, but most people want to try a phone out before using it. It’s an important choice and something phone buyers have […]