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Nexus 5

Leaked Nexus 5 service manual dishes juicy spec details

(Mostly) nothing surprising to see here folks. Though there is that mysterious circle on the back...


Nexus 7

Nexus 7 4G LTE? Not so fast, Verizon says

Warning consumers. For now, at least, Verizon will not activate the new Nexus 7 on its network.


Nexus 4

The Nexus 4 is gone, but its death will probably be avenged by the Nexus 5

The Nexus 4 is no longer available on Google Play, but there's lots of evidence that the Nexus 5 will soon be with us.


FCC docs hint at LTE-equipped LG Nexus 5's impending arrival

The Nexus 5 leaks just keep on coming after the next-gen flagship phone made a surprise appearance in a Google video earlier this week.


The low-cost Nexus 4 smartphone is gone for good

A mere week after Google dropped the price of the 8GB Nexus 4 to $200, it's sold out—and it isn't coming back.


Google slashes Nexus 4 price to $199 off-contract

The best deal in smartphones just got even cheaper ahead of the rumored launch of a low-cost iPhone.


Google slowly rolling out update to address Nexus 7 multitouch issue

No, that's not a ghost touching your screen—those phantom double taps and presses you may have been experiencing with your new Nexus 7 tablet are a software issue that Google is rolling out an update for today.


Google acknowledges Nexus 7 tablet problems with GPS, multi-touch

Google says it's looking into to all of these matters, but right now it's unclear if the bugs are software- or hardware-related.


Rapid Review: Nexus 7

If you're in the market for an Android tablet, the new Nexus 7 is the one to get, according to Armando Rodriguez.

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Clockwise 4: Sharing your leftovers

TV industry changes, the sharing economy jumps the shark, cameraphones versus cameras and phones, and Google's latest tablet offensive. With guests Jon Phillips and Armando Rodriguez and hosts Jason Snell and Dan Moren.


Android 4.3's TRIM support will breathe new life into old, bogged-down Nexus 7 tablets

A simple software fix will clear up the biggest headache associated with Google's hit hardware from last year: A gradual loss of responsiveness.