Chromium is often a source for leaked info on new Google hardware, and we often find mentions of Nexus devices therein. This time we get an actual expression for the Nexus 6, without a codename or other mysterious moniker. There
Google I/O is getting nearer and with it come hopes of maybe a new Google-blessed Android device. Naturally, we will be in for some rumors, the latest of which claim that the upcoming Nexus smartphone or tablet will be codenamed
The Android Silver name first came up earlier in the month. At the time the Silver program was thought to be a way for Google to better work with the carriers, and also to establish a bit more control over Android. There was talk
A rumor is circling the Internet this afternoon, alleging that Google is working with carriers to provide an “Android Silver” program. The scope of the purported plan is to set aside floorspace in stores for a kiosk, wherein
Motorola has been pushing fairly regular updates for the camera app. That comes because the app is already available by way of the Play Store. And with that in mind, it looks like Google could be getting ready to do the same.
The Nexus 10 tablet, which has not seen an update since launch in late 2012, has long been rumorred to be on the way out. Currently out of stock on the Play Store, it’s nonetheless listed as a current device. Though we’ve
HTC hasn't been known for high-quality tablets. In the past we have seen models such as the Flyer and Jetstream, and while neither of those are all that new, there is some talk suggesting HTC may have a tablet in the works.
Images of a red Nexus 5 leaked a short time back. Following up on that we also saw word about how the handset was expected to arrive on February 4th. Well, it looks like the rumors were indeed accurate. A refresh of the Google
Blogger Edgar Murtazin said in a tweet that Google is potentially changing course on their Nexus platform, and discontinuing it in favor of the Google Play Edition devices. Though not saying where he got his information from, his
A new report hints that Google may indeed be bringing an 8-inch tablet to market. Interestingly, the report also notes that the new device will have an Intel Bay Trail chipset. Even better, the device is said to be manufactured