Archives For Nexus One
If you're still using the Nexus One and want an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich, you need to buy a new phone or get a custom ROM.
Google has confirmed the bad news. The Nexus One will not be getting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Android 2.3.6 has begun rolling out for the Nexus One, an update that can be manually installed.
A look at some of the devices that potentially are and aren't the next Google Nexus smartphone.
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....
T-Mobile customers with a Nexus S aren't able to run Google Talk's video chat feature over 3G. Why? Because T-Mobile is blocking it.
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.
Don't want to wait for the Nexus One Android 2.3.4 update to roll out OTA? Well, then install it yourself. Here's how.
Don't want to wait for the Nexus S Android 2.3.4 update to roll out OTA? Well, you can install it yourself, right now.
Google has released the details of the upcoming Android 2.3.4 update for the Nexus One and Nexus S.
Google has confirmed that the Android 2.3.4 update will be rolling out in the next few weeks with video chat through Google Talk for the Nexus S along with it.
A look at which phones already have Android 2.3 Gingerbread, will be getting the update and which ones will be left out in the cold.
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.
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.
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 n...
Okay, I was late in predicting LCDs would make a comeback thanks to the OLED shortage, but at least I snuck that in before HTC announced their new Super LCD technology, touted to deliver better color, contrast, viewing angles, and energy efficiency than existing LCDs. ...
Just a few months ago Google kicked off sales of the Nexus One over at Google.com/phone. 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 p...
Google announced that it will soon stop selling the Nexus One online and will work with wireless carriers to offer a better buying experience.
[caption id="attachment_25836" align="alignright" width="320" caption="Courtesy of Android and Me"][/caption] Usually I'm quick to point out that a camera's megapixel rating is a poor indicator of quality.
Since January Google's been advertising the Verizon version of the Nexus One as 'Coming Soon' over at Google.com/phone. James Kendrick from jkOnTheRun noticed that Google's changed the the Nexus One product page and there's no mention of a Verizon ready Nexus One.
Just the other day we learned that the Nexus One was going to be made available for the AT&T and Canada's Rogers networks. Now it appears that Sprint customers will also be able to pick up a Nexus One for themselves.
Engadget is reporting that the Nexus One is now available without contract for those who use the AT&T and Canada's Rogers Network.
Early this morning I wrote about the hardware issues I've had with my iPhones. I already have a T-Mobile SIM card and I've been eying the Nexus One since they were announced a couple of months ago.
When the Google Nexus One was introduced I almost pulled the trigger and bought one. T-Mobile recently installed four new cellphone towers in my neighborhood and is aggressively expanding its coverage in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We knew it was there but just not switched on. Now it is. Google is rolling out an update for the Android OS that now provides multi-touch in the Gallery, Maps, and the Browser.
Google and T-Mobile have teamed up to create a double whammy for Nexus One users. Essentially, T-Mobile's ETF ranges from $20 to $200 and Google is charging a $350 Equipment Recovery Fee if you cancel within the first 120 days.
CES2010 is about to kick off and Google is making its promised noise about its Nexus One phone ahead of the circus in the desert.
Watch for the invite begging to quickly begin. Engadget is reporting that the Google phone, known officially as the Nexus One now has some specs available.
The recent news of Google's own smartphone, the Nexus One, has generated a lot of discussion and blurry screenshots.Â Despite the quality of these low light glimpses into Google's phone, there are many clear gems coming to us in the future Android 2.1 OS.Â The Goo...