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After rolling out this weekend to the Nexus 6 on T-Mobile, the Android 5.1.1 update with WiFi Calling is now officially available in factory image form from Google. Here's where you can download.
If you're looking for a better way to consume media content on your television, you can now pick up a Nexus Player, the first Android TV set-top box, from the Google Store for just $79 ($20 off).
The Nexus 6 and its whale self isn’t all that old, but it’s time to start talking about what’s next for the Nexus program. According to the crew over at Android Police, along with additional information to back up part of their claims...Show More Summary
We're barely a few days away from Google I/O and related or not, the ASUS-made Nexus player is now officially been marked down to $80 in the Google Store (that's about $20 off from the original price).
Google has just published the factory image for the T-Mobile Nexus 6 Android 5.1.1 update.
Google has cut the price of the Nexus Player on the Google Store to $79. If you're still looking to get your hands on Google's first Android TV box, the company has cut the price of the Nexus Player by $20, bringing it down to $79 from its previous $99 price tag.
The factory image which includes Wi-Fi calling on T-Mobile has now been made available from Google for the Nexus 6. Android 5.1.1 build LYZ28E has just been made available from Google for Nexus 6 owners who have T-Mobile to download and install. This release brings both the factory image and OTA update files, allowing users to update their devices without having to wait.
In October 2014, Google officially announced the Nexus Player, the company’s set-top box running the new Android TV. Now, several months later, the device has received a price drop. As initially discovered by Android Police, the Google Store has seen a rare price drop for one of the devices found on its digital [...]
Google just dropped the Nexus Player to $79 ($20 off) on the Google Store. At $99, this first Android TV device was already priced reasonably well, but at $79, you are venturing in to impulse buy territory. If you don’t already own a...Show More Summary
The WiFi Calling update for Nexus 6s running on T-Mobile that began rolling out over the weekend now has a factory image and OTA.zip file from Google as build LYZ28E. This is still Android 5.1.1, of course, but the files may come inShow More Summary
Over the past month we’ve been hearing plenty of rumors that Google might release two different Nexus handsets in stores in 2015, and now a website with a solid track record on Android leaks has confirmed that two new Nexus devices are indeed coming this year. Show More Summary
Home sensor startup Notion, which last fall Kickstarted its first batch of sensors for in-home monitoring, has pulled in a $2 million seed investments from Draper Nexus Ventures, Gabriel Investments, Galvanize Ventures, Foundry Group Angels and TechStars. Read More
If you were disappointed that your only choice for a new, official Google phone last year was the gargantuan Nexus 6, you'll be glad to hear that 2015 could be very different. Android Police sources have elaborated on previous rumors with word that both LG and Huawei are working on Nexus handsets this year. Show More Summary
Google usually launches one new smartphone under its Nexus brand per year, but this time the search giant might be planning to release two devices, according to a report from Android Police. Google will reportedly release one phone with a 5.2-inch screen and a separate with a 5.7-inch display. Show More Summary
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Google’s huge developer conference, Google I/O, is this week(!), and while it’s not normally a place for a hardware announcements, a lot of rumors surrounding Google’s 2015 Nexus devices are already frothing toward the surface. Bottom line: Smartphones are in, tablets are out. Read more...
Google will reportedly break with tradition this year and release not one but two Nexus-branded Android smartphones. According to Android Police, Google has contracted LG and Huawei to produce Nexus smartphones in two display sizes. See...Show More Summary
Google may release two versions of the next Nexus smartphone, but they may not release a new Nexus tablet.