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6 more countries can now buy the Nexus 6

Just merely two weeks after the Nexus 6 was officially released in the US through Verizon, 6 more countries have been added to the growing list of those that can purchase this brand new Motorola-made device. Through the newly-launched Google Store site (an offshoot of the Google Play Store), those who live in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway, and Portugal will now be able to experience the power of Google's newest smartphone.

Nexus Player now ready for pre-order in the UK via Amazon [UPDATE]

The Nexus Player may have been announced five months ago but it's only now that those in the UK can avail of digital media set-top box player co-manufactured by Google and Asus. It's a set-top box alright but it's actually a not so boxy circle as we noted before. It's a sort of Android TV which was quickly approved by FCC soon after it was launched. In the United States, it was also immediately listed for pre-order and was made available in November together with an Asus gamepad. Soon enough, compatible games were lined up and sports content were added.

Android 5.1 also pushing to Nexus Player, reboot option available

The latest and greatest version of Android Lollipop at this point is Android 5.1, and it is steadily pushing out to all the Nexus devices – which is a great advantage of being Google’s premier line of devices, as you are always first in line to get the newest version of the OS. Even the Nexus Player – Google’s round-shaped digital HD TV output box which also leads a double-life as an Android casual gaming console – is getting its own version of Android 5.1.

Nexus 5 gets Android 5.1 OTA, might devour your RAM

Google has finally let out the OTA update that will bring the Nexus 5 to Android 5.1 land. This follows the release of factory images and binaries for several of the supported Nexus devices. However, if you are quite excited to get the latest and supposedly greatest Android version, you might want to exercise caution, as some users are reporting a rather dreadful bug in this release that causes Android to eat up RAM like crazy, even if you have more than 1 GB of it.

Nexus 6 runs on full quad-core after Android 5.1 update

Android programmer and Kernel hacker Francisco Franco has shared on his Google+ page that the device now runs on full quad-core mode all the time. This change has resulted to a faster and smooth operation of the Google Nexus 6 on Android 5.1. This is apart from the various Framework optimizations, code being cleaned, and the several ART improvements. This also means the unit will no longer 'hang' because according to Franco, the Kernel task scheduler now distributes workload through all the cores.

Nexus 5, 6, 7, and 10 now ready for Android 5.1 OTA update

While other smartphones are still waiting to be upgraded to Android Lollipop 5.0, some Nexus smartphone and tablet owners will be able to receive another early gift. The OTA (over the air) update of Android 5.1 will be ready for rollout for the Nexus 5, 6, 7, and 10 devices over the next few weeks. The good folks from Android Beat very nicely posted the OTA update so you can have it even before the official updating begins.

Google to stop selling Nexus 5 on its Google Store

As Google prepares to release the highly-anticipated Nexus 6, what will become of its predecessor, the Nexus 5? Well apparently, it will slowly go away and sink into oblivion until it is eventually forgotten. Okay, nothing as dramatic as that, we promise, but it is indeed the end of the line for the smartphone as Google will reportedly stop selling the Nexus 5.

Verizon announces Nexus 6 coming to network by March 12 [Update]

Well, it looks like all those leaks and rumors were accurate, as Verizon Wireless announced that the Nexus 6 is indeed coming to their network, starting March 12. It is also the first device to have the updated Android 5.1 Lollipop, which gives it the ability to support Advanced Calling 1.0, or calls using Voice over LTE (VoLTE). This is pretty exciting news for those who want to get their hands on the Motorola-made newest Nexus device.

Google Wireless will probably only work with Nexus 6

While Google SVP Sundar Pichai confirmed rumors that they are indeed planning a wireless service, not much details are known about it, like which carriers are involved, what devices will run it, when it will be available, etc. But now sources are saying that the tech giant is looking at a launch by the end of March (which is just a few weeks away!) and that the only devices that will be able to enjoy this are the latest Nexus devices, starting with the Nexus 6.
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