Google has released the Google Nexus 4 now on Google Play, however at time of writing is not available in Ireland. It will be Google’s flagship handset for the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The Nexus serious always promises the purest Google experience without any additional layers or bloatware than other vendors usually pile on.
Say “Hello” to the Nexus Q, a streaming media player for your Android life. We first broke the news on thisearlier today, but Google has gone ahead and made it official by posting it to the Play store. For $299, you can connect your phones, tablets, and TVs and streaming all of your favorite media including movies,
Initially available on the latest Nexus S and Nexus 7, and rolling out in the coming months to other devices Faster, Smoother, More Responsive Due to the success of Google’s “Project Butter”, the latest version of Android is just like the saying goes “as smooth as butter”. Jelly Bean is the most responsive and
Nexus 7 at Google I/O 2012 – This is the presentation video from the 2012 Google I/O keynote, where Google announced they will be releasing a new tablet, called the Nexus 7. The Google Nexus 7 will be manufactured by Asus, has a 7″ screen with 1280 x 800 resolution, and will use a Tegra
Only two days after confirming rumors that it would cease development on Adobe Flash Player for mobile devices, Adobe has released Flash Player 11 for Android devices. Like the just-released updates for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Solaris, this version is meant to address “critical vulnerabilities” in earlier versions of Flash. Practically every update to Flash these
This is the promo video for the just released Google Nexus Prime, manufactured by Samsung and running the latest release of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. The video speaks for itself, showcasing some innovative new features. The panoramic camera function is quite amazing, other highlights include unlocking via face recognition, novelty real-time image effects for fun
Rumours have been floating around for the past few weeks of the impending release of the Nexus Prime. With every major new Android OS release, Google put together a commissioned handset as a flagship device to raise the bar for the new incarnation of Android OS, which will be Ice cream Sandwich, Android 4.0. This will be the
Google bought Motorola Mobility this morning, this would likely indicate that the next Nexus model will be developed by Motorola, and also to stem the flow of lawsuits from Apple by acquiring patents . The Nexus program is what Google uses to raise the bar for hardware manufacturers. It’s must-have hanset that runs the latest and greatest