Google’s Nexus smartphone lineup has been pretty well-received over the years, but unfortunately, we can’t really same the same for its Nexus tablet lineup. There might have been some initial demand for them when they were first launched, but given that Google has never really bothered updating them since, it’s safe to say that the demand isn’t quite there yet.In fact, the last Nexus 7 tablet we saw was back […]
This year marks the first time that Chinese company Huawei has made a Nexus handset for Google in the form of the Nexus 6P. However could the company be planning more Nexus-branded devices with Google? If you are a fan of Huawei and the products that they have made, then you might be pleased to learn that there could be a new Huawei Nexus device in the works.According to the […]
In 2012 Google released the original Nexus 7 that was made by ASUS. The company then followed up with another Nexus 7 in 2013 that was also made thanks to a partnership with ASUS. However there was no word of a Nexus 7 in 2014, and given that we’re almost at the end of 2015, it seems unlikely that we will see a Nexus 7 this year either.So what does […]
A handful of Nexus devices on T-Mobile are receiving a new software update today but they don’t bring any major features to the table, rather these updates are security-related and patch up various bugs to ensure that users continue to have a safe experience. T-Mobile has started rolling out the updates over-the-air and they should go live for all devices across all regions later today.
Nexus 7 owners, here is some bit of news that ought to make your day. So you have been having your fair share of fun with this flagship model from Google, but wished that it could be pushed to the next level? Well, fret no longer, as it looks as though Google has just rolled out an updated Android 5.1.1 factory image. To make sure that it is the right […]
Nexus 7 was always a great option for people out in the market for a new tablet. It offered decent specifications at a relatively cheap price, and the fact that it was always one of the first devices to receive a major software update from Google. That’s not to say that the Nexus 7 didn’t have any worthwhile competition, it certainly did, and perhaps that’s what has compelled Google to discontinue […]
Usually with updates to software, developers try to address any bugs or issues that were present in the previous version. Unfortunately it seems that in the case of Android 5.1, Google has yet to address some problems that are still plaguing handsets like the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 which are no doubt rather annoying for its users.The issues in question are related to memory leaks in which after […]
It was some time in the middle of December last year when Google introduced the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop factory image for the Nexus 7 (2012), and now that a month or so has passed, it seems that there will be two more devices that will be on the receiving end of the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop factory image – we are talking about the Wi-Fi enabled Nexus 7 (2013) as well […]
If you happen to own the Nexus 7 (2012) and have yet to make the upgrade to the next generation version, fret not – this particular tablet still has some life left in its proverbial legs just yet as we have received word that the Android 5.0 Lollipop factory image has been leaked out for it. The signed factory images are already available on Google’s servers, with the build being […]
Heads up Nexus users, if you were eagerly looking forward to getting your hands on the Android 5.0 Lollipop update this week, you could be disappointed. According to a recent report, it seems that the update meant for the Nexus 4, 5, 7, and 10 has been delayed and could be released on the 12th of November instead.
Earlier this week, Google unveiled Android 5.0 Lollipop. The software was officially previewed earlier in the year, but this week Google announced its name, version, and that it would be released onto Nexus devices in the coming weeks. No specific dates were mentioned, unfortunately, but according to the folks at Android Police, perhaps the 3rd of November is a possibility.Android Police claims to have heard from a reliable source that […]
When it comes to in-vehicle entertainment systems, you can be sure that plenty of leaps in technology has been made in this aspect, and gone are the days when you can just play a CD and be happy with it. Old school video game consoles have even been integrated into head units on a car seat, while more complex operating systems are being introduced as well. Toyota has worked alongside […]
Do tablets and planes actually mix well? If you are a passenger, then the answer would be yes, but if you happen to be the pilot or co-pilot, it might not be such a good idea after all. Still, here we are with word that Virgin America intends to bestow this initiative with wings, delivering yet another touch of technology across its fleet of Airbus jets. This means the antiquated […]
After detailing its next major update at Google I/O 2014 the company released Android L developer images for the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 (2013) Wi-Fi tablet. The iteration is yet to receive Google’s customary dessert name for Android releases but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been spruced up since the last time we saw it. Just today Google has released updated Android L images for the Nexus 5 […]