Jan 15th - Expect Android 5.0.2 to rollout for the Nexus 7 2013 (WiFi) and Nexus 10 shortly. The factory images just went live, so you know what that means (OTA update will soon follow).
Dec 2nd - Just as we suspected, Android 5.0.1 factory images are slowly becoming available for Nexus devices. Currently, only Android 5.0.1 for the Nexus 7 2013 (WiFi), Nexus 9 (WiFi), and Nexus 10 are available, but we're sure more will be added shortly.
Nov 17th - Chainfire began the root train for Android 5.0 Lollipop on the Nexus 9, and now that the upgrades are out for most other Nexus devices you will be happy to know that more have joined in on the fun. Six devices in all can now enjoy rooted Lollipop goodness thanks to Chainfire's auto-root tool.
Nov 12th - Here it is, folks. The moment you've all been waiting for. If you own a Nexus device, that is. The official Android Twitter account has just sent out a tweet to say the Lollipop rollout has "started and will soon be available on most Nexus devices."
Oct 15th - Can't say this 100% foreshadows imminent Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 announcements, but the latest Nexus phone and tablets are no longer in stock on Google Play.
The HTC Flounder (aka Volantis, Nexus tablet) receives its WiFi certification as we inch closer to a release
Aug 22nd - The HTC Flounder (sometimes known as the HTC Volantis or the Nexus 9) recently gained its WiFi certification. Release inches ever closer...
Jul 1st - While the vast majority of us wont be able to do much with this, the Android L Developer Preview has officially gone live in AOSP. The best part? Even the Nexus 4 and 7 (2012) are getting some love.
Apr 1st - The Nexus 10 has suddenly seen a small change on Google Play: it's now listed as "coming soon." Could this be sign that a refresh is imminent?
Jan 13th - Don't look now, but Canonical has announced some unfortunate news for those who were hoping to get Ubuntu Touch on some rather recent (and even new) Android devices. Engineers have confirmed that they are dropping official support for three different Nexus devices.
Android 4.4 KitKat KRT16S OTA rolling out to Nexus devices, Factory Images and Binaries updated too [DOWNLOAD]
Nov 19th - A new bugfix build, KRT16S, has been made available for Android 4.4 KitKat. Google is currently pushing the code to AOSP and has already published a new batch of factory images and binaries for the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (all variants), and Nexus 10. Additionally, you’ll be happy to know that many users are reporting […]
Nov 14th - Being a Nexus device gets you a few nice perks from big daddy El Goog. Nexus devices generally get new versions of Android before other OEM smartphones or tablets and Google provides full factory images available for your downloading and flashing pleasure.
Nov 12th - With the Nexus 7 (2012/2013) and Nexus 10 now receiving their Android 4.4 KitKat updates over the air, some of you might notice that your homescreen is just a tad different than what we saw on the Nexus 5. Specifically, the absence of the Google Experience Launcher (or as I refer to it, the Google […]
Oct 31st - The Nexus 5 will be in our hands very soon, but what if we don't want the new Nexus phone? When will we get Android 4.4 KitKat? Very soon if you own a Nexus or Google Edition device!
Oct 28th - We’ve been keeping a close, watchful eye on the Google Play Store. A few days ago, the Nexus 10 16GB listing was officially updated with “no longer available for sale” in the Google Play Store. Then, it was still up in the air on whether or not the device would return, or simply find itself […]
Oct 24th - If you’ve been looking for a decent price for a Nexus 10, you might want to consider Woot.com’s deal going on today only. Today’s featured deal is for a 32GB version of the Samsung-made tablet. It normally goes for $499.99 in the Google Play Store, but you can get it for just $330 (which, if […]