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".
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,
We had already been told that Ubuntu for smartphones was going to be arriving in October with a developer preview set for release in late February. And well, it looks like we now have a specific date to mark on our calendar. That
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
We recently saw the return of the Nexus 4 Android 4.2.1 factory images and coming as we would expect given an updated release -- Google has posted the Android 4.2.2 factory images. These images are available for the Nexus 10 and
It was only yesterday that the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update became available for a variety of Nexus devices. The GSM Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi), and Nexus 10 were all able to be updated to the latest version. However,
The Nexus 4 has been making its way to a variety of Canadian carriers, and it looks like Virgin Mobile Canada is next in line to receive the device. The smartphone has already made its way to Videotron, WIND Mobile, and Fido.
We had seen a few reports of Android 4.2.2 back in January, and even word a few days back suggesting the update was coming this month. Well, it now appears as if Google has begun rolling out v4.2.2 to the masses. And by masses,
We had been expecting the Nexus 4 wireless charging orb to launch in February. We had even seen it listed with a few retailers showing a $59.99 price point. And well, it looks like the charging orb is now available for sale. The
Issue 40065, a seemingly simple sounding number, however for the more than 450 people that have starred the issue -- it apparently means poor Wi-Fi connectivity on their Nexus device. Or more specifically, on a Nexus device