In the continuing moves by Lenovo to shed the Motorola name from their branding portfolio, we saw the company part ways with president Rick Osterloh last month. Fans of the former president of Motorola will be pleased by news that Google brought Osterloh back into the fold to head up a new division managing hardware lines. Read more
It’s about that time of year for Nexus rumors to pick up, and we’re all still not-so-secretly hoping that HTC will take over this year. A new leak from Evan Blass seems to confirm this, as he’s leaked that there are two devices being developed for Android N that are both HTC manufactured. Read more
Google has made it easier for you to personalize your phone with the launch of My Live Case, which lets users create customized snap cases for their Nexus 5X, Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P phones.
Smartphone owners are on alert after Google issued a warning that an Android vulnerability could give intruders access to devices they don’t own. Read more
Android N made a huge splash earlier today, but apparently it came out before Google had any idea what they were going to name it. They don’t have a name figured out, but according to head of Android Hiroshi Lockheimer, they’ve at least got a release date nailed down. Read more
Many of us have been updating our respective Nexus devices to the Android N Developer Preview build that Google released yesterday, enjoying the new features as the split screen and the ability to reply to messages directly from the notification shade. But, one question did keep raising its head – where and what was the easter egg? Well, it’s time to find out. Read more
This year’s Nexus phone is still up in the air, but if a recent rumor is true, it looks like HTC might have secured a deal to make the device this year and for the next couple years, too. Take this with a grain of salt, because these Nexus rumors have gotten kind of outlandish before. With that being said, HTC and Google originally collaborating to bring the Nexus line to life with the classic Nexus One, and more recently the Nexus 9 tablet. Read more
According to a new report, LG is planning to skip the Nexus program this year. Instead, LG will focus on improving the popularity of its own mobile brand.
Most people in the Android community have heard of the Nexus line. Their software is totally stock from Google and their hardware is from some other manufacture. However, that all could change in the future.
Yesterday a rumor popped up that HTC would be the manufacturer for this year’s Nexus devices. Today, codenames were spotted on Twitter, which may be the first leak associated with the next generation Nexus devices.