Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition makes another appearance on official Android page, this time running Android Lollipop
Oct 15th - After showing up on Google’s official Android page back during Google I/O (where the page received a nice facelift), the Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play edition is showing up yet again on the site.
Oct 15th - As we lay in the aftermath of today's big announcements, I think we can finally call it in: we aren't going to see a Nexus 5 refresh for 2014. But what's to happen with the current model?
Oct 15th - T-Mobile Senior Product Manager Des Smith is back with yet another one of his early unboxings, this time showing off the box that his Nexus 6 test unit arrived in.
Oct 15th - The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is an epic beast. It's the best productivity smartphone. It's got the best screen. It's arguably got the best camera and it undoubtedly has the most bells and whistles. In fact, the Galaxy Note 4's biggest challenge is that it's predecessor was so good, it's difficult to make enough upgrades to impress. With a newly designed metal frame and an array of noticeable feature improvements, Samsung has done just that.
Oct 15th - With it's amazing build quality and top of the line hardware specs, there's a good chance this is the Android device many of you are looking to buy/upgrade to and starting today, you can now officially pre-order the device from T-Mobile.
Oct 15th - Google or Motorola didn't address this aspect of their hot new smartphone when announcing it earlier this morning, but many of you were wondering if WiFi calling would be supported. Thankfully we have that answer by way of T-Mobile.
Oct 15th - In case you weren't paying attention to Google I/O back when Android L (now known as Android 5.0 Lollipop) was first introduced, Google's offered a nice reminder in the way of a pretty long changelog.
Oct 15th - In a blog post, Motorola is now officially first out the gate, committing to bring Android 5.0 to their vast product portfolio, covering flagship, mid-range, and even their low end devices.
Oct 15th - It wouldn't be the launch of a new version of Android without the unveiling of the corresponding statue. For those of you unfamiliar with this tradition, Google has statues for every version of Android on the lawn in front of building 44.
Oct 15th - It wasn’t the flashiest of unveilings, but the long-awaited Nexus 6 is finally here. We won’t be able to get our hands on it for a few more weeks, however, which gives us plenty of time to decide if it’s the next must-have Android handset. Are you buying?
Oct 15th - Well, guys, the Nexus 6 is here. It looks great. And it's even coming to all United States carriers. So how much will it cost? Well, if Motorola's blog post is any indication then off-contract folks won't be too happy -- they're slapping on a minimum suggested retail price of $650.
Oct 15th - Like previous Nexus devices, the 6th Nexus comes with a lot of hype. Today we can finally call it official. Of course, the Nexus 6 is not the only big Android phone in the world. As per usual we've put the Nexus up against the best devices on the market right now.
Oct 15th - Well, we sure didn't see this one coming! Google announced the Nexus 6 (alongside the Nexus 9 and the Nexus Player) this morning, and we learned that you won't need to do any carrier hopping to get your hands on one -- it's being made available at all five major United States carriers!
Oct 15th - As expected, Google has today officially announced via a blog post the availability of the long-rumored new entries to their Nexus line. The Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet will be available for purchase beginning November 3rd with pre-orders starting later this week.
Oct 15th - Alongside announcements for the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 this morning was a revelation of a new device we hadn't heard of. It's called the Nexus Player, and it's the first consumer-ready Android TV set-top box available with Google's latest big screen platform.