After teasing everyone for a rather long time, the white Nexus 4 is now official and will go on sale starting as soon as 29th May, i.e. tomorrow.
Android Police has released press shots of the often-rumored white Nexus 4. Could this be a sign that the release is near?
No matter how many sleepless nights Google has over Samsung's absolute dominance in the Android ecosystem, they simply cannot stay away from involving the South Korean manufacturer in its projects.
Android Community reports new features seen in a video featuring Google's unreleased Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS.
The Wallstreet Journal is reporting that Google has plans to fund and help build wireless networks in emerging markets that aim to give over a billion people access to the internet.
A user on XDA has posted pictures of a Nexus 4 sporting a new build number, a newer kernel, and yes, a newer version of Android.
According to a new Digitimes report, Google and Asus will be using LTPS panels made by AUO for the manufacturing of the second-generation Nexus 7 tablet, expected to be released in July.
Fresh reports from Geek.com suggest that HTC is indeed working on a 'Senseless' edition of their flagship One for the US.
Just days after releasing the stable build of Chrome 27, Google updates their beta channel with a new version of the W.I.P Chrome 28 browser with a rather interesting feature, rich notifications.
We’ve seen multiple reports this year regarding a refreshed Nexus 7, and earlier today we came across yet another report that winds the rumor mill.
Google Drive for Android receives an update, bringing a new UI and a lot of new features with it.
Chrome for Android has been updated to the latest version 27 bringing a slew of bug fixes and new features with it. Meanwhile, Chrome for desktop gets introduced to a new feature, 'Voice Search'.
Google has updated their extremely popular Chrome browser to a stable 27 version which brings 5% faster page loading times.
U.S. officials claim Chinese hackers were able to steal highly sensitive data from Google servers in 2009
Chinese hackers who successfully cracked into Google’s servers in 2009 were able to steal highly classified information concerning U.S. surveillance targets. These recent revelations, which are coming from former and current government security officials, claim the hacker’s goals were to find the names of Chinese spies being monitored through their personal G-mail accounts.
A former employee for Google by the name of Barney Jones recently came forward to say that the search giant cheated British tax laws to avoid paying higher taxes. Jones, who worked for Google from 2002-2006, is saying the London sales staff would secure ad deals locally but close them in Ireland where the tax
FCC has listed a new device by Google with the name of H840, with signs that it could be the new Nexus Q.
Introduced officially at Google I/O 2013, the search giant is pushing for quick adoption of their new open source VP9 video compression standard over the current H.264 codec.
In an interesting session at Google I/O 2013 titled "Voiding Your Warranty: Hacking Glass", the revolutionary product from Google was demonstrated upon and loaded with Ubuntu. Now that's something!
Android and Me is reporting that the white version of the Nexus 4 and Android version 4.3 will both be available come June 10th.
A new video that has been shared internally at Microsoft has found its way onto the internet. It's another 'Scroogled' commercial that parodies Google's own recent Chrome advertisements.