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Nexus 5 to come in yellow?

The LG Nexus 5 was released back in October last year and has become a firm favourite with the team in part due to its cheap price. It originally came in just black and white, before red was added to the line-up earlier this year. Now Google seem to

Android 4.4.4 pushing out to Nexus handsets

Have you got one of the current Nexus devices ? Now is the time to start hitting the “check for updates” button. On Thursday, Google started rolling out Android 4.4.4 to the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10. The factory images for the

Nexus 5 gets a £50 reduction, now £249.95

The Nexus 5 was reviewed favourably when it was released back in November.  Offering a stock Android experience, now updated to 4.4.3 KitKat, it includes a decent screen and powerful processor.  The price has changed over time, but Carphone Warehouse are now selling it for a bargain

Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit in stock @ Mobilefun

Those readers out there who are into wearables have a reason to be happy this morning as Mobilefun have just a released info that they are carrying stock of the Galaxy Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit. With the Gear 2 Neo coming in @£199.99 and the

Decisions, decisions…

It has come to that time again, the one that occurs every two years and send shivers down the spine of every mobile phone addict… upgrade time. As yet I haven’t had the barrage of phone calls from my network asking me to upgrade to whatever random

Red Nexus 5 now on sale via Google

So, as expected, the red version of the Nexus 5 has been announced today. LG and Google have just given us details of the new colour and, if you’re in a lucky country, you can purchase one right now from Google Play. The same specifications apply, you

Nexus brand stopping in 2015?

The big rumour today is that Google plan to cease using the ‘Nexus’ branding in 2015. Instead they’ll begin to offer ‘Play Edition’ handsets, thus merging both the Google Edition and Nexus range. This hot tip comes from a very reliable source – Eldar Murtazin. He is

Are iPhone users more intelligent?

It’s an often discussed topic as to whether iPhone users are more intelligent than other smartphone users, or the opposite as they need a simpler phone. Well now there is “proof” – iPhone users are more intelligent. Now before you all head straight to the comments section

Android 4.4.2 Now rolling to Nexus devices

Android 4.4.1 ? Oh, that’s so old hat. If you’ve got a Nexus device, check for updates now because the new Android 4.4.2 update is rolling out right now. So far, all we know is that the new update includes a fix for clearing the voicemail indicator,

8″ LG Nexus on its way?

There are leaks that look dodgy and there are leaks that can be depended on as almost certainly genuine. Serial leakster @EVLeaks has got almost everything right so this latest piece of information can almost be taken as bona fide as today the colander like twitter account

KitKat 4.4.1 rolling out to the Nexus 10

If you’re an owner of a Nexus 10, you might want to delve into the settings menu and check for updates, because Android 4.4.1 is coming your way. The Nexus 10 is by far the least popular of the Nexus tablets, however, that doesn’t mean Google aren’t

What’s new in Android 4.4.1

The new version of KitKat brings lots of smaller changes Following the first maintenance release of Android KitKat, the big news is that there are many camera fixes and enhancements for the Nexus 5, but it turns out there are also a lot of smaller changes and

Nexus 5 update to 4.4.1 now live

Improvements to the camera bugs are the focus this time around I’m really impressed with my Nexus 5, apart from one thing, the camera, don’t get me wrong the camera can take some quality photo’s, but it takes thought due to slow or sometimes two lots of

Have a break, have a KitKat on the Nexus 4

Are you a Nexus 4 owner who’s recently had the over the air (OTA) update to Android 4.4 KitKat? Listen up then, because there are reports cropping up around t’interweb complaining about errors affecting a whole array of functions. The issues range from the start button being

KitKat-Based OmniROM Available for Google Nexus

Are you a Nexus 5 owner? Are you into the custon ROM scene? Well if you are like me (my N5 was just a few mere hours old before the bootloader was unlocked and the device rooted). Google Nexus 5 owners looking to get in on the

Nexus 4 OTA Update rolling out now

Motorola yesterday started rolling out the Android 4.4 Kitkat update to Verizon customers in the US. Whilst this is quite big news in terms of the speed that Motorola have actually implemented the update what is causing more of a stir, particularly amongst the more vociferous Nexus

Android 4.4 KitKat rolling out to Nexus 7s, Nexus 10

If you have got a Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013 Wifi models) or a Nexus 10 you may want to start checking for the big update right about now, as the OTA to KitKat has been released into the wild according to the official Android Google+ account.

KitKat ROMs now available for the Galaxy Nexus

Hot on the heals of the news from Google that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will not be getting Android 4.4 KitKat, and less than 48 hours after the release of this latest version of Android on the Nexus 5, the clever bods over at XDA Developers have

Google Nexus 5 – Unboxing

The Nexus 5 must have been one of the most leaked phones of all time, thankfully the wait is over and on 31st October Google announced the Nexus 5 to the world at 6pm…… and the next day it was available in Carphone Warehouse to purchase! Not

Want KitKat on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus? Oh look, a rainbow

Google Support seem to have revealed something that may upset many. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus won’t be getting an update to Android 4.4 (aka KitKat). Why? Well, Google tell us that because the device was launched two years ago (how time flies eh?) it falls outside the

Hands on with the Nexus 5

Available to buy right now, this is the Nexus 5 running the all-new version of Android, KitKat 4.4. It has a 5 inch screen, Snapdragon 800 quad-core 2.3GHz processor and a camera that adds a bit of DSLR fun. The camera also has a new lens to

Google Nexus 7 (2013 edition) – Review

What can be said about the Nexus devices that hasn’t already been said? What once stood for a developer orientated device is now a high street brand that you can pick up in your local branch of PC World. Which isn’t a bad thing, it means more

Want to see a 7 minute video of the new Nexus 5?

Thought so… http://youtu.be/2ksOJl0PDDg My first impressions are that the phone looks dreadful, the OS is laggy and the version number says KeyLimePie. Hmmm… So what exactly are we seeing here? It’s almost certainly a prototype handset that was filmed a while ago (hence KeyLimePie not KitKat). Maybe