Google says that "dessert is served", as it announces that it has started rolling out a delicious treat to owners of its Nexus devices, in the form of the long-awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop update.
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Android 5.0 has been announced, although not all devices will get the new OS. Google's Nexus range will get the update first - but just which Nexus devices will actually get a lick of the Lollipop?
Ex-Nokia team Jolla is introducing an Android launcher, days after their former employer did so too. Jolla Launcher will begin its alpha test next week and is looking for testers for the experience.
Some owners of Nexus devices are reporting numerous issues and bugs since updating to Android 4.4.3, the latest version of the OS, which is intended to fix bugs and improve stability and performance.
The next version of Android has begun rolling out to the Nexus 4, 5 and 7, as T-Mobile revealed on its support site - but this OS update is not the leap to version 5.0 that many have been hoping for.
Google's series of Nexus smartphones and tablets including the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 will start receiving the KitKat 4.4.3 update starting May 23 to address some bugs.
Google says the Android 4.4 update will start rolling out to Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013) and Nexus 10 tablets today, but owners of the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 cellular versions will have to wait a bit longer.
Photos of a Nexus 5 running Android 4.4 KitKat have started making the rounds on the internet just as the Nexus 4 has been marked "out of inventory" from the US Google Play Store.
The Nexus 4 didn't have an easy start, with low stocks and staggered availability in the first two months, then upgrade issues to Android 4.3. But there's good news, it's now a lot cheaper to buy.
Android is apparently set to receive yet another software update this year with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie having been discovered running on the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 devices.
Signal loss, continuous reboot loops, application bugs and battery life issues are just a few of the problems reported hours after the latest Android firmware 4.3, was released earlier this week.
A recent interview with LG Mobile VP Kim Wong has revealed that LG won't be making the next Nexus phone, saying that there's no need to repeat the great success they had with the Nexus 4
Android 4.3 didn't appear at Google I/O as expected, but it has been spotted on a Nexus 4 at the Thailand Mobile Expo 2013 - in images and on video - ahead of a possible launch next month.
A rumor is claiming that Google and LG are teaming up once again for another Nexus handset. LG launched the current Nexus 4 smartphone about 5 months ago with the latest version of Android Jellybean.
As predicted, Canonical has officially announced plans to launch a tablet version of its Linux-based Ubuntu operating system, with a number of features made especially for the larger touchscreen.
Leaked documentation shows an unreleased Google Now home screen widget and it looks like it will be coming to Android in the near future if speculation is to be believed.
Google launched a new TV ad for its Nexus 4 smartphone on Sunday during the Grammys but the commercial is pretty basic as it shows smartphone features that are standard on other phones.
With the list of issues potential Nexus 4 buyers have faced being as long as your arm, Google's Dan Cobley has spoken publicly to issue an apology for the lack of handsets on sale in the Play Store.
In a strange turn of events, Google has wiped all trace of the Nexus 4 factory images from the companies developer website, without announcing why or how long they'll be gone for.
The hottest Android phone on the market right now could be up to two months from your pocket if you're buying from Google. Current delivery estimates are 8 to 9 weeks at most for the flagship phone.
A simple software tweak that allows Nexus 4 owners to force their devices to connect to LTE networks, therefore receiving 4G data, has been discovered by users over at XDA Developers.
Love it or hate it, there are kind hearted reviewers out there that will break devices for the greater good. With that said, do you want to see the Nexus 4 from LG/Google get dropped from six feet?
The announcement of Google's announcement has sparked off the reaction of many Android users and other potential consumers, but in the UK we have learned that the device will be exclusive to O2.