Google has just released a line of new cases accessories for its latest Nexus smartphone. Available now from its online store, users will have five colors to choose from the line up of Snap Cases for the Nexus 5.
Over across the pond, Google and ASUS are doing a promotion to entice would-be buyers of a Nexus 7 2013 tablet. Anyone in the UK who purchases the 16 GB variant of that device will earn ₤50 worth of credits in Google Play Store.
Chromium is often a source for leaked info on new Google hardware, and we often find mentions of Nexus devices therein. This time we get an actual expression for the Nexus 6, without a codename or other mysterious moniker. There is also mention of the Nexus 8, so it seems as though we’re getting two new handhelds from Google.
Google I/O is getting nearer and with it come hopes of maybe a new Google-blessed Android device. Naturally, we will be in for some rumors, the latest of which claim that the upcoming Nexus smartphone or tablet will be codenamed "flounder".
Pwnie Express is delivering yet another mobile tool to help security experts in their quest to harden their or their employer's networks. This time, they are taking Google's most powerful smartphone yet, the Nexus 5, and selling it as the Pwn Phone 2014
Jolla's Sailfish OS is officially intended for only one smartphone, but it has sailed and continues to sail into other territories. The latest device to welcome it at the docks is Google's latest and greatest smartphone and from the looks of it, it works quite well on the Nexus 5.
The Android Silver name first came up earlier in the month. At the time the Silver program was thought to be a way for Google to better work with the carriers, and also to establish a bit more control over Android. There was talk of displaying these handsets in special sections of carrier stores, and having them be sold by specially trained employees.
The Nexus 5 was made to be played around with and nowhere is that fact more evident than in the number of custom ROMs available for the smartphone. Now another one joins the ranks, bringing along with it a so far rare feature: HTC's custom Sense UI, version 6.
Odin Mobile, for those unfamiliar, is an MVNO carrier focusing on persons who are blind and visually impaired. Perhaps more important for current Odin Mobile customers is this latest handset release. The carrier is now offering the Nexus 5.
Since introduction, the Nexus 10 has been one of the better tablets on offer. Top to bottom, it’s one of the better tablets around, and sales proved as much. Even with a fairly steep $499 price tag, the Nexus 10 sold well, and has been listed at various stages of “unavailable” for quite some time. That’s changes, as the device is now listed as “coming soon”.