Nexus 7 and in fact we have been seeing these types of setups since the tablet was originally announced back in the summer of 2012. Some of the initial points to consider will likely be whether this tablet will be mounted in-dash or on a dock and how the power and stereo connections will be made.
Google changed the name of the next version of Android to KitKat, and launched a full fledged KitKat campaign with chocolate galore. While we're all waiting for an announcement from Google, a few eagle-eyed fans at AndroidPolice stumbled on some new Google Keyboard screenshots (from Google themselves) in the Play Store potentially showing us Android 4.4 KitKat.
Ubuntu Edge smartphone plan and kickstarter didn't last, their plan to merge our smartphones and desktops onto one OS did, and Ubuntu Touch is set to launch in exactly one month. Canonical has confirmed the launch date for their new Touch OS is in exactly one month, and will be free starting October 17th.
bit of an uproar in terms of Verizon Wireless support for the Nexus 7 LTE. While the tablet is technically capable of supporting the network, it seems Big Red is not willing and/or able to activate it in their system. It seem there will likely be more on the topic of Verizon, however things appear solid for those who are planning to pick up an LTE capable Nexus 7 for use with AT&T.
Nexus 5 being found at a bar, Google's own video showing off the phone, and more. Well, today we can add one more sighting complete with additional details found from a GFXBench result.
Nexus devices, Google has recently released the factory images and binaries for the Nexus 7 LTE tablet. These files are all available by way of the Google Developers pages and are listed as being for the "razorg" Nexus 7 2013 Mobile. The files are listed as being Android 4.3 and with build number JLS36C.
LG Nexus 5 out and in the wild. Well, in the wild aside from the accidentally leaked image from Google's Android 4.4 KitKat statue unveiling earlier this month. A few videos and a trio of images have leaked, and we're getting some terrible video and our first solid look in pictures of the front and rear of the new smartphone.
Nexus smartphone. The handset is believed to be the Nexus 5 and it is looking more and more like this one will be coming by way of LG. As we often see with an FCC filing, this one did contain a variety of images. These were mixed with some internal and some external photos and sadly, not all of the external images were perfectly clear.
Nexus which that software will debut on. We're talking about the Nexus 5 of course, which leaked multiple times this week. Including some FCC documents revealing all sorts of important information. Below are multiple renders based on leaks, the image from Google's campus, the FCC filing and more all blend into a beautiful look at the future.