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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.
Many were hoping the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) might get Android 7.0 Nougat. But the cut-off for guaranteed OS updates for both devices was last year - and security patches will likely end soon too.
Previously, if you wanted to flash an update to your Nexus device, it meant losing all of the data on your phone. This will no longer be an issue, as Google is now offering OTA images.
LG says its flagship G4 will soon "be the first in the world to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow" - despite the update rolling out to various Nexus devices, including LG's own Nexus 5, since last week.
The latest and greatest mobile update from Google is available today for select Nexus devices, promising new features including better battery life.
Google's latest devices, which it unveiled today, will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow pre-installed - but the update will begin rolling out to many of its existing Nexus devices on October 5.
A carrier that posted the date on which it would begin rolling out Android 6.0 to existing devices has since deleted those details - but if accurate, it could hint at a faster rollout than Lollipop.
Google says "Android was built from day one with security in mind" - but there's clearly room for improvement, as the company has announced new monthly security updates for its Nexus devices.
A first look at some of the big and not so big changes in Android M Developer Preview, running on an LG Nexus 5.
The latest rumor has indicated that Google might not release a new Nexus tablet this year and may instead go ahead with two smartphones allegedly made by LG and Huawei.
Google has released factory images of its very latest OS version, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, for the Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and Nexus 9 LTE, which means over-the-air rollouts are likely to begin soon.
Today, we have a great offer over on the Neowin Deals store: 65% off a Nexus 5 plus 1 year Unlimited Talk-and-Text from FreedomPop bundle, which can now be picked up for just $199.99.
Google has fixed the memory leak issue that has been affecting some Nexus 5 users since the launch of Android Lollipop 5.1, but it might be a while till users finally get the update.
The Google Store is the new home for the company's latest and greatest devices, which have now been removed from its Play Store - but it seems that its Nexus 5 has finally reached the end of the road.
After Google confirmed that production of its Nexus 5 had ended in December, the device disappeared from its Play Store - but it's now available to buy again, albeit temporarily, and at full price.
If you've been waiting to buy the Nexus 6 in the U.S., now's your chance to do so. Motorola is now offering it in all sizes and colors via their website, but not for long.
Google has confirmed that production of the Nexus 5 has ended, and with limited stocks remaining at various retailers, it won't be long before the device is completely sold out.
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.
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?
Previously known as 'the L release', Google has today announced Android 5.0 Lollipop, which will launch on a trio of new devices first, before heading to the Nexus 5, 7 and 10 "in the coming weeks".
Google is making exceptions in replacing accidentally damaged Nexus 5's. If you have purchased your Nexus 5 within the past year, you could be eligible for a free replacement.
Google is expected to launch a customization tool for its Nexus devices in the form of Google Workshop which will allow users to create their choice of back covers for devices such as the Nexus 5.
A new report has shown that the Android L update can increase battery life by as much as 36% with the 'Project Volta' program, providing two more hours of power on a Nexus 5 under certain conditions.
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 has launched the Google Now launcher for all Nexus and Google Play Edition devices running Android 4.4 KitKat, bringing a revamped homescreen and application drawer in addition to Google Now.
Could this be the beginning of a multi-colour Nexus range? A leaked image has revealed a red Nexus 5, which may suggest Google will introduce a phone colour scheme similar to that of the iPhone 5c.
After months of rumors and leaks, Google has finally announced Android 4.4 'KitKat', the next major version of its mobile OS, along with its new Nexus 5 smartphone, which is available to buy now.
A new white version of Google's Nexus 5 smartphone has been leaked, along with a claim that the long awaited device will finally go on sale to the public on November 1st.
If you are a fan of Google's Nexus line of phones, the Nexus 5 is now showing up in the Google Play store for $349 and could be announced tomorrow.
In a long string of Nexus-related leaks over the past month, high-resolution renders of the new phone have been leaked, which show redesigned icons in Android 4.4 among other details.
A video has been uploaded to YouTube showing off the Nexus 5 running KeyLimePie, an early build of Android 4.4 (KitKat) just a few days before the (rumored) official announcement on Tuesday.
With its 2.3GHz Snapdragon CPU, 2GB of RAM and 4.95-inch 1080p display, Google's Nexus 5 - the first device to feature the latest Android OS update, 4.4 'KitKat' - looks set to launch on October 15.
Delivering on a promise made earlier this year it seems like Google is getting ready to ship an updated version of its Hangouts app. The update brings SMS integration, a highly requested feature.
The full service manual for the upcoming Nexus 5 smartphone from LG and Google was leaked over the weekend, and before it was pulled it revealed everything about the Android device.
A report claims that LG will be building the Nexus 5, featuring Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, 5.2" 1080p display, 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU and up to 3GB of RAM, based on the company's new Optimus G2.
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