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LG Nexus 4 heads to Brazil at Ponto Frio and more

For all of our friends and readers in South America, it looks like Google's popular and amazing LG Nexus 4 has finally made it down to your part of the world. The Nexus 4 is available starting today in Brazil for those interested in picking up Google's latest and greatest flagship smartphone.

Nexus 4 now back in stock in the UK

If you're in the UK, and you've been waiting patiently (or not so patiently) to get your hands on Google and LG's Nexus 4, the wait is over. The Google Play store in UK has just updated its listings for the Nexus 4 as "In Stock". You will be able to pick up an 8GB version of the device for 239 pounds, or the 16GB version of the device for 279 pounds. The device will ship in 3-5 days.

OpenCL drivers on Nexus 4 and 10 is a hint at the future

An interesting story is making the rounds and flooding our inbox this morning regarding OpenCL drivers in Android devices. The folks from AnandTech have confirmed that both the Nexus 4, and Google's Nexus 10 have OpenCL drivers in the stock firmware. For those that don't understand what this means, it's a hint at the future of both CPU and GPU performance on our mobile devices. Read on for more details.

T-Mobile Nexus 4 now free for a limited time

We have seen some Nexus 4 sales with T-Mobile in recent history. The carrier has dropped the handset to $200 and even $50 on a two-year agreement, however for this weekend -- the price has dropped even further. Simply put, T-Mobile currently has the Nexus 4 available for free. The catch is that the handset is free on a two-year agreement and after a mail-in rebate.

HTC One vs the Android and iOS competition

Now that the HTC One is finally here full of aluminum edges, an HD screen, and ultrapixel camera features how does the device stack up against the rest? Based on what we're seeing today the new HTC One is certainly ready to handle its own vs the competition. Whether that be the Galaxy Note II, the Nexus 4, or even the upcoming Galaxy S IV and iPhone 5s. Read on for more details and several pictures.

Google makes it easier to find a Nexus 4 or 7

Google has rolled out a new tool that may come in handy for those searching for a Nexus 4 smartphone or Nexus 7 tablet. The key here though, while this new tool will make things a bit easier, it doesn't offer the most important part. More on that in a second though. Google has added Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 locator pages and as the page reads, it will help you "find a Nexus 4 near you."

Google Now highlighted in latest Nexus 4 commercial

For those watching the Grammy Awards this weekend, or happened to be trolling Google's Twitter account you may have seen the companies latest TV commercial. While Google doesn't put ad spots on TV much this weekend they aired their brand new Nexus 4 commercial and shared it with the world. Most of the focus however, was with their impressive Google Now feature.

T-Mobile Nexus 4 price drops to $49.99 for a limited time

In most cases we would suggest grabbing the Nexus 4 direct from the Google Play Store and avoiding the contract, however we realize that cost is often an issue and that being the case -- it is hard to argue with a $50 purchase price. Granted, that is $50 along with a two-year commitment, however that somehow seems much nicer as compared to the regular T-Mobile purchase price of $200. Basically, for a limited time, T-Mobile has the Nexus 4 selling at a deep discount.

LG Nexus 4 shipments have reportedly topped 1 million

The Nexus 4 appears to have reached the big milestone -- 1 million in terms of device shipments. The catch here though, this latest figure is based off of what we have seen in the past. If you remember back to early January, we saw reports about the Nexus 4 as having reached the 375,000 mark. While playing with serial numbers can be fun and interesting in a geeky way, we do have to remind everyone that the 375k number was later discussed by an LG executive.
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