Some users realized last week that Google was replacing out-of-warranty Nexus 6P devices with the Pixel XL, but a recent revision of this policy has blocked this apparent loophole.
Owners of faulty Nexus 6P devices are reportedly being offered Pixel XL smartphones as warranty replacements. The reports vary, from occurring regularly in the US and Canada, to never in Australia.
Google has updated its support pages to reflect when its Pixel and Nexus devices will lose their telephone and online support. While some will expire shortly, others have coverage until 2019.
Google is expected to release Android O for its Pixel phones first, starting in early August, followed by supported Nexus devices. It's likely to be the last major OS update for the Nexus 5X and 6P.
Google has issued its June security update for its Pixel and Nexus devices. The update secures discovered vulnerabilities with the OS. Android partners have also been informed of the vulnerabilities.
Samsung's Internet Browser comes pre-installed on its Galaxy devices, but it's now also available to download for some non-Samsung devices, including Google's Nexus and Pixel range, among others.
Google has just released its latest Live Cases for the Pixel and Nexus devices in partnership with KISS. The iconic band has 12 limited edition cases that are now available for purchase.
Google has wasted little time in publishing its latest monthly Android security bulletin, and releasing new factory images and OTA binary image files for its supported Nexus and Pixel devices.
It appears that some Google Pixel and Nexus owners are experiencing issues when it comes to their fingerprint readers after updating to Android 7.1.2. Unfortunately, there currently isn't a solution.
Google has published its March security bulletin for Android, and the latest patches are rolling out via an OTA update. New factory and OTA images are available for supported Nexus and Pixel devices.
The latest builds for Lineage OS - based on CyanogenMod - are finally available. However, they only support a handful of devices right now, with more handsets to be added soon.
A new feature is rolling out to Pixel and Nexus devices with Android 7.1.1 called 'Instant Tethering'. It allows devices to share an internet connection automatically using a common Google account.
According to a new report, Google will finally begin rolling out Android 7.1.1 Nougat to the last of the company's supported Nexus devices in early January, the Motorola Nexus 6.
While many manufacturers still haven't upgraded their devices to Android 7.0 Nougat, Google will release Android 7.1.1 - the very latest version of the OS - to eligible Nexus devices on December 6.
Apparently, LG is sending out emails to some customers who own a faulty Nexus 5X device plagued by the boot loop issue, offering them a full refund as a means for compensation.
The latest preview of Android 7.1 Nougat does away with one basic feature on non-Pixel devices: Night Mode. It's unclear if Google will bring it back or is just reserving it for Pixel phones.
Clever folks have found a way to bring Google's new Assistant to a large number of devices, as long as they're running Android 7.0 Nougat. But it comes with some big side effects.
From Yahoo hoo-ha and Toyota's auto-bot, to Windows phone woes, Oculus magic, Paint reimagined, Edge updates, R.I.P. Nexus, and bye-bye Band, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
If you're in the market to buy a Pixel phone, you might want to steer clear of devices sold by Verizon. The carrier will preinstall its own apps and have control over the phones' software updates.
The Nexus 9 LTE is finally receiving Android 7.0 Nougat. The new OTA updates are available to download through the Google's developer website. The update is quite large, at 860MB.
Following the launch of its new Pixel phones today, Google told Nexus users that they "played an integral role" in the company's journey, but says it will "continue to support" Nexus devices.
Google today released a new Android security update for Nexus devices, for the month of October, 2016. Factory images are available, but Nexus users can wait for the OTA update.
The upcoming Pixel smartphones from Google have been leaked numerous times. Now the larger of the two devices, Pixel XL, has been leaked one more time, in images and video, revealing the phone's size.
While Google is reportedly planning to launch a premium notebook next year as a showcase for its new Andromeda OS, it looks like the new Huawei-made Nexus tablet could be the developer device for it.
It's been a source of speculation for a year, but Google might take the wraps off a new Android/Chrome hybrid OS on October 4, when the company is also expected to rebrand Nexus to Pixel.
In what has become a daily tradition, Google's upcoming Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones have been leaked once again. This time in no less than 3 leaks, showing the two devices and sharing pricing info.
A number of images purportedly showing the upcoming Google devices have been leaked on the internet. While only showing the front plates of the devices, the new images offer a very close-up look.
Nearly three weeks after kicking off the release of Android 7.0 Nougat to Nexus devices, Google has posted updated images for the Nexus 6P online which also include the latest security updates.
The Aalborgs University in Denmark conducted a study, finding out which smartphones perform best on a weak signal. It concluded that Microsoft's Lumia 640 blasts other phones in signal performance.
A new report states that Huawei is working on a new 7-inch tablet for Google. The device would be the first tablet to be released by Google in such a form factor since the 2013 Nexus 7.
Google is expected to launch new Nexus smartphones this fall, albeit under the Pixel brand. While many of their specs are already known, the OS they'll be running is rumored to be Android 7.1 Nougat.
A new credible report reinforces previous rumors, suggesting Google's upcoming Pixel XL and Pixel handsets, successors to existing Nexus devices, will feature identical, powerful cameras.
October 4 looks set to be a pretty big day for Google, as it's reportedly planning to unveil a 4K Chromecast, its own virtual reality headset, and two new Android phones - the Pixel and Pixel XL.
Have we reached the end of the line for Nexus? The two devices expected to launch in the next few weeks will reportedly ditch the Nexus brand, in favor of a stronger focus on Google's brand instead.
A set of renders provides a further look at 'Sailfish', the smaller of HTC's new Nexus handsets, showing its unusual rear design, Nexus Launcher UI, a range of colors, and no external branding.
Although the official announcement is yet to come, we pretty much have a good idea of what to expect with Google's upcoming Nexus devices. Today, we also get potential pricing for the units.
Earlier today, we reported on the first leaked images depicting one of the upcoming Nexus devices for this year. Now, both Nexus phones have shown up at the FCC for their certification.
Google is working with HTC on two new Nexus devices, expected to be unveiled later this year. While the phones' specs were leaked previously, this is our first real look at the design of the Sailfish.
HTC is expected to unveil two Nexus devices later this year. Now the smaller of the two, codenamed Sailfish, has supposedly had some of its specs leaked thanks to a benchmarking tool.
The new 'Nexus Launcher' replaces the Android app drawer with a new design, and removes the full-width Google Search bar, along with other changes - and it may be exclusive to the new Nexus handsets.