It isn’t easy to get his hands on a Nexus 4 these days. When Google released the Nexus 4 on the Playstore it was sold out in a few minutes, and the second time it didn’t last much longer. It seems like Google didn’t anticipate the huge interest, which makes me wonder what they expected […]
Google is continuing its rapid update philosophy with Android 4.2.1, which was released alongside the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 recently. This is not a big update by any means but there are still some very interesting new features. And one major setback.
Not much time ago Google made a major Android revamp with the Ice Cream Sandwich update. User experience was the primary focus, and they succeeded in creating the most coherent and modern looking Android version up to that point. With Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google made some enhancements and tweaks to further flesh out the […]
Everybody has been waiting for a Nexus tablet ever since Google introduced Android Honeycomb alongside the Google experience Motorola Xoom tablet. Even though Google worked closely with Motorola to realize the Xoom, it wasn’t branded as Nexus device and it took Google more time than I expected to finally throw a real Nexus tablet on […]