CyanogenMod's activities. As previously shared, they have mighty ambitious plans up ahead, and that starts with adding a few new very recent Android devices, and an odd old one, to their nightly builds list.
Tagged: Google Nexus Q
Google Nexus Q media device. After being announced nearly a year ago at I/O 2012, then later canceled, we were hoping for some sort of rebound device or revamped Nexus Q this year. Sadly it sounds like that won't be happening. At least according to a few anonymous sources.
banished the Nexus Q from the Play Store a while back, however it looks like the device isn't totally dead yet. Well, it may be in the eyes of Google, however the folks at CyanogenMod have just released the first nightly build for the media streaming device that never really took off.
Google to reintroduce the poorly-executed Nexus Q media streaming device, we've got some bad news for you. Google has removed the device from its Nexus landing page, which suggests that it may not be coming back anytime soon. In fact, Google may have decided to pull the plug entirely, as the Nexus landing page is now only populated by the Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10.
Google announced that it would be heading back to the drawing board with the Nexus Q. Those who pre-ordered the device aren't being left out in the cold, however, as Google announced that they will still be receiving the Nexus Q at the very reasonable price of absolutely nothing. Today, Google confirmed to Android Police that it has started shipping out those free pre-orders to customers.
Nexus Q media streaming devices official launch. Not delayed as in it will be shipping later than expected, instead they've basically canceled it and will be making some changes. That is why they are stating it has been suspended. A brief email is going out to those who've pre-ordered and multiple reports have just hit our inbox.
official Nexus Q page shows a significant shipping delay.
YouTube and the Nexus Q companion app. YouTube was updated to version 4.0 for ICS+ devices, same goes for many older devices too. Along with both updates YouTube now fully supports the Nexus Q.
Google I/O 2012 definitely wasn't lacking when it came to exciting announcements and events, but trying to relive three days' worth of information can lead to some major headaches. After all, a lot went down at Google I/O - from the introduction of the Google Nexus 7 to the announcement that 1 million Android devices are activated every day, there was certainly a lot to take in. So, what's the Google fan without a photographic memory to do?
Nexus Q, is finally shipping from the Google Play Store. Yup, that oddly shaped and designed black ball of social video-streaming goodness is now available. Being listed as in stock today for the low price of $299.