When Google announced the Nexus Experience Galaxy S4 (which shall henceforth be referred to as the NES4), information on exactly which hardware variant Google was using for the device left something to be desired.
Looking for your this-day-is-really-dragging-on-and-I-need-something-to-entertain-me-for-five-minutes Friday reading material? Look no further.
While Samsung has managed to manufacture and ship over 6 million Galaxy S4s so far, HTC has been struggling to ramp up production of its flagship HTC One due to low yield rates of the Ultrapixel camera sensor.
Rumors suggested that a white Nexus 4 might appear at Google IO, and they were right. We obtained the elusive white Nexus 4 and we can confirm it’s a carbon copy of the previous Nexus 4, just with a different color casing.
New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of new entries on the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve.
Google may have just launched their new messaging app Hangouts yesterday, but we’re already hearing what’s next for the service.
There are no shortage of cloud storage companies vying for your attention, but few manage to really stick out.
For those of you who aren’t happy with Google merely updating their core apps, and want to see a completely new version of Android, fear not.
Google has released some really killer services over the last several years, and some real flops too.
Google used this year’s developer conference to announce a ton of new features and services available now and coming soon for Android.