It looks like once underdog LG is blossoming into a true Android top dog, as the company’s so far fruitful collaboration with Google is set to continue. And progress, as Gizmodo Germany speculates both the forthcoming Nexus 6 handheld and Big G’s first ever smartwatch (which may or may not be branded as a Nexus) will be manufactured by the N4, N5 and G2 makers.
In a bid to further blur the lines between PCs and smart mobile devices and make its product roster close-knit, Samsung has just taken the wraps off a Chromebook duo with a Galaxy Note 3-evocative design.
Google may have had little to showcase at MWC in terms of new hardware or software, but one of the company’s top dogs, Sundar Pichai, still made a few headlines after sitting down for an interview with a French-based Android-focused website.
As the Google-LG co-branded Nexus 5 still looks and feels fairly fresh (not to mention awesome), and the very future of the Nexus line reportedly hangs in the balance, it seems pretty ridiculous to already start the Nexus 6 rumor-mongering.
Without further ado, it appears Google’s first ever smartwatch is indeed real, being geared up, tested and worked on for a possible June announcement. June 25, to be specific, as that’s the opening day of the 2014 Google I/O developer-focused conference.
We’re in the office today, but we hope you are one of those lucky Americans with the day off. So we figured, why not bring you some links to today’s best electronics deals on the internet?
All done shopping for Valentine’s? Good, then it’s time to get yourself something pretty too. How does a shiny new Google Nexus 7 2013 tablet sound? Expensive? Fret not, as Micro Center has your back. For in-store pickup only, the retailer has the 7-incher listed at $180 with 16 GB built-in storage, and $200 in more »
Google will only get bigger. It’s in the process of acquiring startups but it’s also diligent in shutting down services that are no longer important. We also know that the search giant won’t be spending more dollars on developing new apps but will rather improve on the major ones. One of which is YouTube – a definite moneymaker.
Rumors are rampant nowadays as to the future of Google’s fairly successful Nexus gadget line, with reliable insiders suggesting the franchise as a whole will be killed off next year. Even if that’s true though, Big G may want to go out with a bang, launching anywhere between three and five devices in 2014.
Hey Android users, are you drooling over Facebook’s new Paper app? Or maybe you’re dying to try the popular new trivia game app QuizUp? How about Amazon Instant Video or the Nike+ Fuelband? Sorry, you’re out of luck. These and many other popular apps are available for people who have iPads or iPhones only.
Quick, what does the color red symbolize to you? Some may say fire, blood, passion, desire, love, energy or even power. I say Nexus. But that’s just because I was dying to see the newest, hottest member of the “pure Google” family of mobile devices, the Nexus 5, coated in something other than bland black and white.
It’s not easy to find a mobile device these days that can help you really stand out from the crowd. There are however a few exceptions. Like Motorola’s woody Moto X. Or HTC’s all-metal One.