Nexus 6 is hiding an RGB LED, can be used for notifications if you’re willing to root

Nov 21st - Seems the more we learn about the Nexus 6, the more it's sounding like it was quickly hurried out the door. Another piece of evidence? The smartphone's dormant (hidden) RGB LED light.

Google shuts the doors on its Glass stores, Basecamps no longer accepting appointments

Nov 21st - Google Glass "Basecamps" (experience stores) are closing their doors. It was a good run, but with Glass and its accessories now available via Google Play, this transition to online-only was inevitable.

7 things I love (and hate) and about the Nexus Player

Nov 24th - If you read our Nexus Player review, you already know how we feel about the new media streaming device from Google. With a little more time to stew on things, our opinions have only solidified. Here are 7 things we loved (and hated) about Google’s appealing-but-flawed Android TV flagship.

Report: Samsung missed Galaxy S5 sales expectations by 40%, looking to relieve JK Shin of duties

Nov 24th - The news for Samsung just keeps getting worse and worse. The South Korean company found itself on a bit of a skid in 2014, missing revenue and profit estimates left and right, and now word has it their flagship Galaxy S5 hasn't performed nearly as well as they expected.

T-Mobile proudly announces their Nexus 6 won’t have logos, bloatware

Nov 24th - T-Mobile's proud of the fact that you won't have to "fix" their variant of the Nexus 6 at all. Product manager Des Smith talks about the lack of bloatware and carrier logos on their variant.

T-Mobile agrees to show correct SpeedTests when throttling customers into oblivion

Nov 24th - After some pressure from the FCC, T-Mobile agrees to provide _correct_ SpeedTest results when throttling customers (as well as greater transparency about throttling practices). Full list in the post.

Luxury watch makers beginning to wage war on “pirated” smartwatch faces

Nov 24th - Luxury watch designers don't like the fact that folks are making digital renditions of their timepieces and they're not hesitant to let anyone know about it. This is how they're waging the war on smart watches early on.

AT&T’s Nexus 6 stock is being returned to Motorola because of faulty software [UPDATE]

Nov 21st - Earlier we showed you how to remove AT&T's influence from the Nexus 6. Now, a software bug unique to the AT&T model could prevent the phone from booting up properly.

Chromecast support comes to 7 new apps today

Nov 25th - Google has announced that 7 new apps have been beefed up with Chromecast support. The list is already outrageously long by now, but today's additions certainly can't hurt.

T-Mobile adds 14 new music services to Music Freedom (including Google Play Music)

Nov 24th - T-Mobile's Music Freedom is a great perk for being part of the Uncarrier movement, and now it's getting even bigger -- 14 new services have been added to the list of services that won't go against your data!

12 important tips for the new and improved Android Forums

Nov 24th - Since 2007, AndroidForums.com has been the virtual meeting spot for Android fans around the world. It was the world's first Android Forum and it has just seen the largest upgrade since its inception. Go have a look, check out the much improved design and new features, but wait- before you go, here are some important tips you'll want to keep in mind.

Google offering 1TB of free Drive storage when buying a new Chromebook for a limited time

Nov 21st - You can get $240 worth of free Google Drive storage (1TB) with the purchase of a new Chromebook. Deal is only good until Jan 1st, so act fast(ish).

South Korea gets Android Lollipop on the LG G3 this week

Nov 24th - LG has announced that they're bringing Android 5.0 Lollipop on the LG G3 to more people. After a limited rollout in Poland (likely to test the upgrade in a smaller setting), the company has confirmed that folks in South Korea would be getting it by the end of this week.

Heads up: a good portion of Google’s apps and services are experiencing slow downs

Nov 25th - Before you b*tch out your ISP, flash a new ROM, or kick the dog, we wanted to give you a friendly heads up that a good portion of Google's apps and services are barely chugging along at the moment.

OmniROM details its Android 5.0 Lollipop plans

Nov 24th - We're tracking the progress of some of the most popular non-OEM-skin ROMs as they make the transition to Google's latest and greatest codebase. OmniROM is one of the first to officially announce its Android 5.0 Lollipop rollout plans in detail.

Motorola sending Lollipop Soak Test invites to Verizon Moto X 2014 users [UPDATE]

Nov 24th - Motorola is sending out notifications about an incoming soak test for the Verizon Moto X to get a forthcoming update ready for the masses. While Motorola obviously didn't give any meaningful details on the upgrade, we're assuming this is the big Android Lollipop rollout

You can now buy Motorola’s slim steel Moto 360

Nov 25th - If you were waiting for Motorola's slim steel Moto 360 bands you'll be glad to know that they're now available for purchase. You can grab yourself the silver version for $299, though the champagne gold edition stands to run you about $30 more.

Best Buy offering $100 off a Nexus 9 when you trade-in any working tablet

Nov 24th - Best Buy is offering $100 off a Nexus 9 when you trade in any working tablet. Well, almost any. Barnes and Noble Nook tablets and e-readers are excluded. More details in the post.

Best Buy’s Black Friday 2014 features $1 Galaxy S5, $39 Android tablets and more

Nov 25th - Best Buy is sure to be one of the first places folks check out during Black Friday for electronics needs. Those in the Android camp will have a multitude of great deals to choose from, with the biggest highlights being featured in the big doorbusters category.

Sony plans to reduce smartphone lineup to help cut costs

Nov 25th - Sony announced their plans to reduce their smartphone lineup to help cut costs. Will increase focus on their video game and image sensor business over the next 3 years.