Android 4.4.1 Update Now Live For Nexus 5

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Well, that didn’t take long. The Android 4.4.1 update for the Nexus 5 is now officially available, bringing with it camera enhancements that were much-needed. The update may be small but the impact on the camera’s performance is rather dramatic. The update tackles a series of issues with the handset’s shooter, fixing autofocus, color representation,…

Verizon Blames Google for 2013 Nexus 7 Delay

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Seriously, Verizon? If the news that the nexus 5 wasn’t coming to Big Red’s network, the delay of the Nexus 7’s release on the network continues to trudge on. Why, you may ask? Well, Verizon is blaming Google for the holdup, saying that the 2013 Nexus 7 hasn’t passed LTE certification tests. Android Police received…

Nexus 5 Coming to T-Mobile on November 20th?

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Google and LG finally released the Nexus 5 last week, and it’s been available on the Google Play Store since Halloween. T-Mobile announced the Nexus 5 for a holiday launch, dropping a sign-up page following Google’s announcement. Now a new leaked photo points to the T-Mobile Nexus 5 releasing on November 20th! The leaked photo…

Video: LG Nexus 5, Black vs. White

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What’s the difference between the black and white versions of the LG Nexus 5? The answer seems obvious, the colors, duh. While that is mostly the case, there are a few differences between the two models beyond the color differences. A video comparing the two is now here, pitting the two devices in ahead to…

KitKat Isn’t The Android You’re Looking For

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After months and months of anticipation, Google finally released Android 4.4 KitKat yesterday alongside the LG Nexus 5. While KitKat does sport some impressive features, it isn’t quite the Android update we were looking for. That being said, Android 4.4 KitKat could be a game changer in a one way for the Android ecosystem, namely…

LG Nexus 5 Won’t Be Available On Verizon, Surprised?

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Sorry Verizon customers, it looks like you’re getting the shaft, again. Verizon will not be carrying the brand spanking new LG Nexus 5 according to a report from The Verge. This leaves Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T as the U.S. carriers that the Nexus 5 will work with at the moment. Sundar Pichai broke the bad…

Nexus 5 Features Touchless Controls Like the Moto X

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One of the the key selling points of Motorola’s Moto X is it’s voice controls. The Moto X can wake to the sound of your voice, as its hungover bro ad pointed out. Today Google’s Nexus 5 has finally been announced – and it sports the same nifty features! It’s a brother against brother cage…

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