Remember that workaround that gave Nexus 4 users LTE capabilities on their device? It left many wondering why Google didn’t simply enable it for everyone. The Snapdragon chipset had LTE included, which lends itself to a new
Another series of Android 4.4 Kit Kat screenshots have surfaced. This time around we are looking at what is said to be Kit Kat running on a Nexus 7 2013 model. These images appear to be following along with what we have been
Earlier today we saw a Nexus 5 sighting in France. That one included some images and a 7 minute video showing off Android 4.4 Kit Kat. And as a follow-up to that, it looks like another series of Nexus 5 images have surfaced. This
If the Moto X “Ok, Google Now” functionality has you wishing your device had it, you may be in luck. While the uber-cool Moto X is one of the best Android phones available, customization is still limited to AT&T, and
Depending on who you ask or which rumor you believe, we’re just a few hours or days away from Google‘s big reveal of Android 4.4 KitKat and the new Nexus 5 smartphone. But even at the last minute we’re still
Still no official word from Google on when we can expect the Nexus 5 to arrive, however it looks like things are progressing as expected. We have already seen the handset appear in an FCC filing and more recently, it looks like
According to scuttlebut at the Google Launchpad conference, we’ll see the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 launched Tuesday, October 15th. Google Launchpad is a ”two-week boot camp for early stage start-ups helping with subjects
As we await the Nexus 5 launch, Spigen has teased us with a sleek case for the upcoming device. With no further commentary on a launch date or availability, the Google+ posting showed only the top portion of the device and case.
Reports earlier in the month suggested the Nexus 5 would arrive with a MEMS camera and Lytro-like features. That report was later debunked and things settled in with details about how the Nexus 5 would have a Sony IMX179 sensor.
Japanese retailer Gekko & Co. may have tipped Google’s cap for them, inadvertently releasing pricing and availability info for the Nexus 5. They note a “booking start time”, which we’ll take as a preorder date, of