If some of the most accurate gadget leakers are to be believed, HTC will be making Google's line of Nexus smartphones. Google's Nexus smarpthones are revered because they're sold cheaper than the top competiting Android smartphones while...Show More Summary
Nexus phones, Chromecast video streams, Glass AR headsets, and even experimental ATAP devices now report to Rick Osterloh. Google's on-again off-again love affair with Motorola continues, as the company has hired Motorola's former President Rick Osterloh to run a new hardware division, in news broken by Re/Code. Read Full Story
Rick Osterloh will handle Google's Nexus devices and devices like Chromecast, OnHub, ATAP, and, Glass.
Google is keeping their game on as reports say that they are cooking up something this year with their Nexus line. According to a report by Know Your Mobile, HTC is rumored to be the one who will work on the next Nexus devices for Google, dropping the past manufacturers, Huawei and LG.
A killer deal has appeared on eBay: for just $240 interested customers can get a Nexus 5X (16GB/Black) with free shipping! Supplies are limited!
Google is creating an internal hardware division, and is bringing back an old executive to lead the charge. Rick Osterloh, who departed Google when it sold Motorola to Lenovo, is returning to the company to lead this new hardware division. Show More Summary
New division sucks up Nexus, Chromebooks, Chromecast, OnHub, ATAP, and Glass.
From now on, everything from Google's Nexus smartphones to its not-yet-released new incarnation of Google Glass will be run by former Motorola President Rick Osterloh.
After sharing a few ways in which I think the Galaxy S7 Edge is better than the Nexus 6P, here are the ways I think the Nexus 6P is better than the S7 Edge.
If you don’t own a Nexus phone, there is a good chance that your device has a microSD card slot available for expandable storage. Assuming you have yet to take advantage of the almost-daily deals involving microSD cards at places like Amazon, here is another. Show More Summary
According to a report out of Recode, it didn’t take long for former Motorola boss, Rick Osterloh, to find a sweet new gig. Osterloh, after fleeing Motorola just last month, has landed at Google as a new senior vice president who will...Show More Summary
Rick Osterloh, former president of Motorola, is now Senior Vice President at Google in charge of a new hardware division that includes the company's Nexus devices, living room gadgets and Glass, Re/code reports. This means Nest CEO Tony...Show More Summary
Multiple reports have said that Google is already working hard on a couple of new Nexus handsets, undoubtedly the successors of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. But rather than have LG and Huawei make them, Google supposedly hired HTC, the...Show More Summary
Rick Osterloh, former CEO of Motorola, is returning to Google in order to run the company's new hardware division, which includes Nexus and Chromecast. Osterloh left Lenovo last month. Lenovo bought Motorola from Google in 2014. Osterloh...Show More Summary
Former Motorola president Rick Osterloh has returned to Google. Osterloh will be in charge of Google's hardware teams, including Nexus, Chromecast and Google Glass. Re/code reports: A Google rep confirmed that Osterloh has joined the...Show More Summary
The worst Nexus device is no longer for sale on the Google Store.
Biotech trade group Biocom has opened an office in Los Angeles, giving the San Diego-based group a closer nexus to help the L.A. area organize its talent-rich but sprawling biomedical industry. Los Angeles city, county and academic leaders have said over the years that homegrown life-science companies...
A new Nexus 6P device has appeared on the popular bench-marking site, Geekbench. The device features a few different options than the Nexus 6P that was released last November, mainly the change in processor and amount of RAM.
We got tons of great feedback after yesterday's daily deals post, which included a number of items we hadn't seen go on sale before. Well, we've got another winner for you today. Our fresh new batch includes 10 products available at deep discounts right now on Amazon, and there's definitely something for everyone. Show More Summary