The world of mobile news is scary and complicated, with rumours flying about all over the place about what the many different companies are planning on doing. If you don’t know what you’re looking for then chances are you won’t get very far, so to ease your burden here are some of today’s biggest mobile rumours. Show More Summary
Though your next Nexus smartphone may not be delivered by Google via its delivery drones, or Amazon's drones for that matter, Google has been actively and secretly flight testing drones in Australia for some time now. Dubbed ProjectShow More Summary
A posh new development at the nexus of Elmhurst, Jackson Heights and Woodside has leased all of its 31 luxury units after being on the market for less than a year.
There aren't many scenarios where a pair of new Nexus phones makes sense. That's what one supply chain source says will happen however. Perhaps the 64-bit chip transition is part of the equation here? Two new Nexus phones this year? Possible, but not likely originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Android: Hop in your wayback machine. Google has updated its already-sweet News and Weather widget and released it to the Play Store. Yes, the one that was last seen with the Galaxy Nexus. Read more...
Unlike in previous years when it only released one Nexus smartphone at a time, Google might be changing its tune this year as the company may have plans to launch two different sized Nexus X models, both made by Motorola. FROM EARLIER:...Show More Summary
Google looks set to release their next tablet soon, the Nexus 8. The new tablet will be running on the latest Android L OS and will be the successor to the highly popular Nexus 7.
Taking a holistic, integrated approach to tackle issues at the water-food-energy nexus, UTZ Certified is expanding its Energy from Coffee Wastewater Project from Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala to Brazil and Peru.
Cannot believe that the next Nexus phone will not be 64-bit. It is their internal developer device, aside from being available to the public. Android L is pure 64-bit and developers need a 64-bit platform to work with on mobile. It simply does not make sense. Show More Summary
Investigators say some kind of "drug nexus" may be at the center of a case in which three victims were abducted, stabbed and thrown in the Schuylkill River.
The Nexus X is reportedly going to be the name of the Google’s next Nexus handset, and the smartphone has again been spotted on a retailer’s website. FROM EARLIER: Nexus X leak confirms monster specs and new Android L details TKTechNews,...Show More Summary
Pair a reported Nexus 9 benchmark test with an Nvidia press release and what do you get? The strong possibility that a Nexus tablet, not a Nexus phone, will be the first 64-bit Android device from Google. It looks likely that the Nexus 9, and not a Nexus phone, is Google’s first 64-bit device originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Various reports have so far detailed the HTC-made Nexus 9 that Google is expected to soon launch, and TKTechNews, a source of plenty of mobile leaks in the recent past, has now provided an alleged screenshot of CPU-Z running on the tablet that appears to confirm processor details for the high-end device. Show More Summary
The company, bought by Amazon for over $1 billion, flourished with increasing data speeds and a budding community, taking over the start-up that created it.