Google News, Page 143 ▼

Band 12 LTE For Nexus 5X & 6P To Be Addressed Ahead Of Shipping

09/30/2015, As you might have heard yesterday according to a T-Mobile rep, Band 12 LTE on the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P aren’t enabled in the handsets, despite the fact that the hardware is there. This is apparently due to T-Mobile wanting OEMs to get their phones...

Nexus 5X And Nexus 6P Names Explained

09/30/2015, Both the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P handsets have been officially announced, but we’re sure many are curious as to why Google has chosen those names. After all following the naming scheme to date and based on the number of Nexus handsets that have been...

Google Explains Why The Nexus 5X & 6P Lack Wireless Charging

09/30/2015, Wireless charging seems to be on its way of becoming the norm in smartphones. It isn’t as widespread yet, but at the same time seeing OEMs include that feature no longer comes as a surprise. That being said, it was rumored earlier this week that the new...


Official Nexus 6P Photo Samples Posted Online

09/30/2015, When it comes to smartphone photography, we usually expect to see brands like Samsung, Apple, LG, or Sony top the list. In fact it was only until recently that we saw a Huawei-made Nexus ranked second best by DxOMark, second only to the Samsung Galaxy S6...

Google & Twitter’s Instant Articles Could Roll Out Next Week

09/30/2015, A couple of weeks ago, it was reported that both Google and Twitter are said to be working together in order to roll out instant articles for the web. If you’re wondering what this is, it’s supposed to be like Facebook’s instant articles where the...

Google’s Shopping Ads Will Appear On YouTube

09/30/2015, If you’ve always thought that the ads displayed before YouTube videos were sometimes a bit irrelevant and annoying, that could soon change. According to a post by Google, it seems that the company is planning on introducing shopping ads into its videos....

What We Learnt From Google’s Nexus (2015) Event

09/30/2015, In case you were busy and missed the chance to catch Google’s Nexus event yesterday, fret not because here’s a recap on what we have learnt and what was announced at that time. The main attraction we’re sure that many were eagerly looking forward to...

Google’s New Nexus Handsets Are Compatible With Project Fi

09/29/2015, Google’s Project Fi was launched earlier this year and for the longest time ever, only one handset has been officially supported by the network and that is the Nexus 6. The good news is that if you’re thinking about getting the recently announced...

Google Photos Gets Smarter In Latest Update

09/29/2015, Earlier this year Google Photos was launched and was designed to replace Google+ Photos. So far the new service is a lot better than its predecessor and feels less clunky, not to mention the unlinking to Google+ is a welcome change as well. That being...

DxOMark Ranks Nexus 6P As Having The Second Best Camera

09/29/2015, If there is one gripe that many Nexus owners have is the camera quality on their phones. While not entirely unusable, the quality from Nexus cameras have typically left much to be desired. However it turns out that maybe Google and Huawei have finally...

Gold Nexus 6P Heads For Japan

09/29/2015, One of the two Nexus handsets which were announced by Google earlier today was manufactured by Huawei, and that would be the larger sized Nexus 6P which comes in a surprisingly svelte form factor. Well, we do know that the Nexus 6P will be available to...

Google Maps Delivers Full Apple Watch Support

09/29/2015, Apple Maps has seen its fair share of improvements ever since it rolled out, but I would suppose that most folks still prefer to fall back on Google Maps in a heartbeat. Apple Watch owners who would like their timepiece to help them navigate used to rely...

Several Nexus Devices To Miss The Marshmallow Bandwagon

09/29/2015, Google has been a very busy bee today with the company having unveiled their latest Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P smartphones that are set to impress with the kind of accompanying hardware specifications, not to mention being loaded with the latest Android...