Wednesday, January 6
Huawei and Google today at CES in Las Vegas announced that the Gold Nexus 6P is now available in the United States. Previously this device was exclusive to Japan at launch. Here is the Google Store link https://store.google.com/product/nexus_6p and the device is also available through Best Buy.
Wednesday, June 4
Play Store here.
Watch "Android KitKat 3D Live Wallpaper" on YouTube
AndroidCentral.com to grab the links for your sideloading pleasure.
Thursday, October 31
Saturday, October 12
Tuesday, October 1
Here is a look at the upcoming Nexus 5 along with some potential specs.
Display: 5-inch Full HD display, 442 ppi (potentially 4.97-inch)
Processor: 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snadragon 800
Internal Storage: 16GB (could be another model too, this is what was in the log)
Camera (rear): 8MP (no idea if it has OIS like the LG G2 camera)
Camera (front): 1.2MP
Sensors: accelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, proximity, light, barometer, orientation
Battery: 2300mAh (via FCC) and wireless charging
Other: LTE, NFC
Source: MacRumors Via: Droid-Life
Friday, May 31
The White Nexus 4 is available today in the US through the Google Play Store and T-Mobile.com. The device is still running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and comes in the same 8gb and 16gb configurations (16gb from T-Mobile. It will run you $299.99 or $349.99 via the Play Store depending on which version you choose and if you get it now they're throwing in the White Bumper for free. If you choose to go through T-Mobile you'll be skipping the free White Bumper and you'll only be able to get it at the full price of $427.99 (no free bumper included) so I'd say just go through the Google route. Click the links below to pick up yours today.
Sunday, May 26
Here is a quick Unboxing and hands-on of the Hisense Sero 7 Pro. I recommend waiting for the Nexus 7 refresh or picking up the current Nexus 7 and leaving this device on the shelf where it belongs.