How much hype is too much? We’re probably about to find out, as we’re in the midst of a genuine rumor overload starring possibly the worst kept secret in Android history, Google and LG’s Nexus 5.
Hang on to your hats and get that popcorn popping, ladies and gents, because the Nexus 5 rumor parade is refusing to draw to a close. And the funny thing is we can’t look away. We just cannot.
Twitter is gearing up for its IPO, now reportedly valued at $1.6 billion. But with Google’s own social networking efforts lagging behind that of Facebook, should the search giant acquire Twitter and merge it with Google+?
Google is planning to launch its own music video subscription service through YouTube, which will include both a free and paid offering. The service will be available for both desktop and mobile platforms.
It’s a known fact Google likes to plan Nexus devices ahead of time, as they require quite a lot of work in order for those pricing sweet spots to be reached. All while not cutting too many corners.
Android might be getting another performance boost in the near future, thanks to Google’s acquisition of FlexyCore, a startup known for releasing DroidBooster.
Gaming critic and commentator TotalBiscuit has lashed out at game developer Wild Games for taking his video down, and iterated YouTube’s need to protect the rights of content creators on the site.
Google’s latest update to the Hangouts iOS apps enables making and receiving Google Voice calls. Users worldwide also get free calls to the U.S. and Canada.
White variants of Google’s Nexus devices have never caught on in popularity, but that isn’t stopping the search giant from offering a white Nexus 5.
As I’m sure you all realized by now, October 15, which many “rock-solid” insiders pinned down as Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat’s D-Day, came and went, with no chocolaty treats or Full HD-toting, pure Android-running hardware detailed.
Google has unveiled its plans to include users’ names, pictures and comments in ads endorsing products and businesses, in a drive towards ‘social advertisement’.
Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 tipped for October 15th release, leaked screenshots show built-in NFC payment option
Google seems to be having a harder time keeping the eagerly awaited Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat under wraps with each passing day, as more screenshots from the two have surfaced online.
It’s natural to want more for less out of a mini-laptop (or any kind of electronic device, for that matter), but if less for less sounds like something you’d be interested in, HP’s new Google OS-powered Chromebook “for everyone” will deliver.
Google’s chairman doesn’t specify why his company’s platform is more secure, but points to its “real world” rigorous security testing.
A rather bizarre rumor has surfaced regarding the Google Nexus 5, suggesting that the device will have different battery capacities for each variant.
Microsoft has pushed out an update to its official YouTube app for Windows Phone, an update that takes it back to the early days when it was just a gateway to the mobile YouTube website.
An internal service manual for the LG-D821, long rumored to be the next Nexus device, has leaked online. The manual details the hardware features of the device.
News out of Bloomberg suggests that Microsoft is asking HTC to include the Windows Phone platform on its Android devices.
In this day and age, when it’s harder to keep a secret linked to an unannounced mobile product than, say, pass a bill in Congress (and we know very well how hard that is), Google is this close to dropping the second bomb in a matter of less than two months.
With the 2013 edition of the Nexus 7 out the door already, the likely LG-made N5 is by far the most hyped and anticipated new Google device tipped for a commercial launch by the end of the year. But what about the second-gen Nexus 10?