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Open WebOS got its 1.0 release today and while HP was showing it off on a PC another group ported the operating system to the Galaxy Nexus. It's not ready for full time use but it's getting there.
Photographs with EXIF data pointing to a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone have been uploaded to Picasa, spurring speculation that the Galaxy Nexus 2 is imminent.
Verizon Wireless customers can now get a new software update for their version of the Galaxy Nexus that updates the first Android 4.0 smartphone to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
A new report claims to have the first hardware details for the next version of the Galaxy Nexus smartphone from Samsung, including a faster processor and a better display.
Sprint's 4G rollout has been much faster than expected. Silicon Valley seems to have gained 4G connectivity overnight, much more quickly than the original schedule suggested it would.
After the Galaxy Nexus was updated to Android 4.1.1, and the Nexus 7 was released, it was only right that Google pushed out an Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) OTA update for the now-dated Nexus S.
Google's brand new Android revision, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) has just been released for all Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ devices. The release comes almost two weeks since the Jelly Bean's unveiling.
Samsung's Galaxy Nexus is now available for sale again on Google Play, a number of days after it was removed due to a Android-based patent dispute with rival Apple.
A federal appeals court has lifted the US sales ban on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone at the company's request, at least until Apple can respond with a new request to ban the phone.
Google and Samsung are reportedly preparing a software update for the Galaxy Nexus smartphone that could be the solution for the phone's current sales ban in the US.
After Apple managed to gain an injunction against Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, Android fans took to Google's social network to make their voices heard.
A few days after a judge granted Apple's request for a US sales injunction on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, the same judge has made a similar motion for Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone.
Samsung has explained their reason for sticking with AMOLED PenTile displays, stating that they are longer-lasting than other options available with other handsets.
Rumors have suggested that the next Nexus phone could be coming in late 2012, having been manufactured by Samsung.
Google is now selling an unlocked Galaxy Nexus smartphone on its web site for $399. The smartphone will work on GSM / HSPA+ 21 wireless networks such as AT&T and T-Mobile.
Verizon Wireless is offering a free Galaxy Nexus, among other smartphones, to loyal customers who have not updated their device in the last 180 days with a new two year contract.
Apple has filed an injunction to stop the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone in the US, claiming that the Android 4.0 based device violates four of Apple's patents.
Have you always wanted a Galaxy Nexus in white? Do you live in the UK? Well you're in luck because Samsung is scheduled to release the new coloured device in about a week on February the 13th.
If you're an American and have always wanted a Samsung Galaxy Note and its whopping 5.3 inch display, then you're in luck. AT&T has just announced the pricing of both the handset and contracts.
Samsung recorded a record profit for the fourth quarter of 2011, thanks in part to increased sales of its smartphone devices like the Galaxy S II which increased its revenues by 40 percent.
Samsung has reported that it generated $4.5 billion in profit for the fourth quarter of 2011, thanks in part to increased sales of its Android-based smartphones such as the Galaxy S II.
The Galaxy Nexus is the first device to run Android 4.0 ICS. Its large display is a dream to look at and the new version of Google's mobile OS gives users something new and interesting to work with.
In what is now a Google tradition, employees in the London and Zurich offices have started receiving their customized Android flagship handset just in time for Christmas holidays.
The Nexus S, the first smartphone released with Google's Android 2.3 operating system, will now be the first such smartphone to get an over-the-air update to Android 4.0.
Verizon Wireless has finally and officially announced it will begin selling the Android 4.0 powered Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone in its stores and online beginning on Thursday for $299.99.
I heard reports previously that the Android 4.0 face unlock feature could easily be broken using a photo of the person, but I didn't fully believe it: so I attempted to fool the system myself
I really, really like Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" as you would have read in my review. However, there are some annoying things about the operating system I found after using it for two weeks.
Samsung announced today that it has sold over 300 mobile phones so far in 2011, breaking its old record of 280 million annual mobile phone sales in 2010.
A new rumor claims that Verizon stores, along with other retailers, actually have the Android 4.0 powered Galaxy Nexus smartphone in stock but are prevented from selling the smartphone by Verizon.
It's the new flagship Google phone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, with loads of new hardware and software features. We go hands-on to see how sweet the Samsung-built Galaxy Nexus really is.
While Verizon Wireless has yet to confirm a release date for the Galaxy Nexus in the US, a new report suggests that the Android 4.0 smartphone has been delayed from a planned Friday launch date.
That was quick. Google's already begun rolling out their over the air update for the Galaxy Nexus that resolves the issue with volume, but you might not get it just yet.
Two Canadian wireless carriers, Bell and Virgin Mobile Canada, are now taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.0 inside for a launch on December 8.
Two alleged leaks of Verizon employee documents both seem to point to December 8 as the launch date for Samsung's Android 4.0-based smartphone the Galaxy Nexus in the US.
Google's Galaxy Nexus Twitter page has confirmed that the first Android 4.0 smartphone is now on sale in the UK but there is still no word on when the US will gain access to the phone.
Google is getting people hyped up for the launch of the Android 4.0-based Galaxy Nexus smartphone from Samsung by giving them away via contests on its Twitter page.
A new overview of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus includes a video that proves the Face Unlock feature on Android 4.0 can be fooled simply by placing a picture of the person in front of the phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus isn't available in stores for a few days yet, but the device has already been rooted and the software is available to download, it's even been tested on an actual device.
The first Android 4.0 smartphone, Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, could go on sale via Verizon the week of or after the "Black Friday", the single biggest holiday shopping day in the US.
Today has been a busy day for Android, with the unveiling of both Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" and the Galaxy Nexus. If you're just waking up, or have missed some of today's info, read on.
Google has just announced their latest Android phone, the Galaxy Nexus, with some impressive specifications... but how does it stack up to other smartphones on the market?