Google unleashed a lot of new features at this year's I/O, but what was missing from the keynote tells a fascinating story about a decidedly quiet event.
Should you call it the Google Galaxy S4 Nexus? We'll just call it awesome -- and expensive.
The Nexus 4 disappears from the shelves of two UK phone stores, stoking speculation of the model's imminent replacement.
Samsung is reportedly waiting for Google's approval to build a Nexus 11 tablet, with an 11-inch display, octa-core Exynos processor, and MicroSD slot for up to 64 GB of expandable storage.
Tiny tablets such as the iPad mini and Nexus 7 could have a counterintuitive effect on the PC market: increased hardware sales.
A survey from FixYa details the most common complaints with the leading 7-inch slates.
Sales of the Microsoft Surface RT tablet are hard to measure, but one study indicates the new device is generating a tiny portion of Web traffic—less than 1%.
Google's Nexus 4 provides a lot of power for a low, contract-free price, but its battery life disappoints.