Many expressed disappointment that Google failed to unveil a new Nexus smartphone at Google I/O, but a white Nexus 4 has appeared at the show. Here's a collection of photos and one video showcasing the new white Nexus.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is one of the best selling smartphones, but it's not for everyone. Google today announced that it will soon begin selling its own version of the Galaxy S 4, only its edition will run standard Android 4.2 software.
At its Google I/O developer conference, Google announced that more than 900 million Android smartphones and tablets have been activated since 2008, and it aims to add millions more.
Google executive Sundar Pichai, the man tasked with overseeing both Android and Chrome, says there's no need for the two operating systems to converge into one platform in the short term. However, that may not be the case in the future.
If you've been thinking of upgrading to the Google Nexus 4 and snagging all of the features available only to Android 4.2 devices, you might want to visit T-Mobile.
The Nexus 4 has been too popular for me to manage to purchase the device, so I gave up on getting the latest Android offering from Google. However, this new TV commercial has reignited my interest in the device.
Neither Google nor LG have spoken publicly about the sales figures for the Google Nexus 4, but a group of Android enthusiasts have used an unconfirmed, possibly unreliable, way of estimating how many Nexus 4s have been sold.
The Google Nexus 7 tablet was expected to earn strong sales thanks to its low price. An executive from ASUS, which manufacturers the tablets in partnership with Google, confirms those expectations by saying that the Nexus 7 is close to selling 1 million units per month.
Google has just announced that its answer to rival Apple's Siri voice search is now available to iOS users. Google Voice Search for iOS is expected to offer the best search results to end users by using what Google claims to be the most advanced voice recognition technology available. The new Google voice search app is available now for download.
According to the search giant, Google's Play Store, previously known as the Android Market, now offers over 700,000 apps to its Android smartphone and tablet users. The reported milestone comes on the heels of yesterday's unveiling of Google's new Nexus 4 smartphone, the new Nexus 10 tablet, and an updated Nexus 7 tablet. Google is gaining much needed traction against rival Apple, which announced in September that it had also passed the 700k app threshold.