Dec 29th - Good news, that now infamous memory leak bug plaguing Nexus devices will officially be fixed in a future Android update. Sit tight!
Dec 15th - Heads up: factory images and OTA update zips are now available to download for the both the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6.
Dec 15th - After Sprint, now T-Mobile says Android 5.0.1 is coming to the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 later today. Anyone get the update yet?
Dec 15th - Users of the Sprint Nexus 5 should be on the lookout for an upgrade today as the Now Network has announced a rollout to Android 5.0.1
Dec 11th - Good news. Despite reports of the contrary, it seems the Nexus 5 will be sticking around for 2015 as a smaller, lower-priced Nexus offering. Thanks, Google.
Dec 11th - We're not sure if this means anything yet, but it's worth noting anyway -- Google has reduced the options of Nexus 5 units you can get from Google Play. The company has taken down the red and white color options, leaving only black for those who are still in the market for one.
Dec 8th - One thing that always seems to plague even the best Android devices is camera performance. The best they can ever seem to do is to be put on the same level as the iPhone. Google is trying to fix that with some new API's in Android 5.0 Lollipop.
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 - While many Nexus owners are waiting for the Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA, Google has posted the official factory images. These images are essentially the same thing you'll get in an OTA, but if you know what to do you can flash them immediately. A few of you asked us how to do this.
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."
Nov 5th - A now confirmed battery draining WiFi bug could be what's holding up the rollout of Android 5.0 Lollipop. Better to patch everything up than the release buggy software, right?
Oct 24th - As we approach the 1-year anniversary of the Nexus 5 officially launching in the Play Store, a few days ago the phone -- all colors, all storage configs -- was suddenly no longer available for purchase on Google Play. Tonight it is back.
Oct 18th - We went hands-on with the new Android 5.0 Lollipop Developer Preview and almost lost it over some of the new features arriving in the new update. For a list (and video) of some of the new features, check out the post.
Oct 17th - It's the end of an era, folks. The long lusted after CRT screen off animation introduced in Nexus devices has now officially been sent out to pasture. As discovered in the latest Android 5.0 Developer build, it's now been replaced by a sort of fade/zoom effect.