Now that Google has officially released Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the masses and their open source project, developers are hard at work porting it to other devices. Sadly Google’s popular Nexus One isn’t receiving the
In case you’ve missed it or aren’t following along, today is a great day for Android fans to start following @GoogleNexus and @Android on Twitter. It appears Google is about to start the next giveaway for the Galaxy
Google has gone ahead and pressed the big green “Go” button for another update to the beloved Nexus One. According to details the Google Nexus One “superphone” as they originally called it, is now getting
It looks like Amazon is joining the likes of Best Buy, T-Mobile and others and are now offering a full trade-in program. The Trade-In Beta was explained in a little more detail today and you can see the full press release below.
Google is in the process of updating the Nexus One over the air with Gingerbread Android 2.3.4. The update doesn’t have everything other 2.3.4 users will enjoy, however. Since the Nexus One has no forward facing video
Breaking news here, @GoogleNexus has just confirmed that Android 2.3.4 is all set and about to start rolling out in OTA updates to the Nexus One and Nexus S for some bug fixes, but the S also is getting GTalk video and voice
Google’s warning that the OTA Gingerbread update for the Nexus S and Nexus One might “take a few weeks” to reach all owners was a dash of unpleasantly cold water to the face; happily, xda-developers have dropped
As you may already be well aware, the Android 2.3.3 update for Nexus S and Nexus One has indeed gone out today for the greater good of humanity. What you might NOT know is that this update includes WebM support. What is WebM?
Google has begun pushing out Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread updates to the Google Nexus S and Nexus One. According to the official Nexus Twitter account, the over-the-air updates have already started, but users should be patient since
It’ll be Thursday before the first official taste of Honeycomb hits the market – in the shape of the Android 3.0 powered Motorola XOOM – but the quest to put the tablet SDK on all manner of other devices