It looks like LG could be the latest device maker Google is contracting for the next flagship Nexus smartphone.
Google's mobile Nexus devices are fairly easy to unlock with bootloaders left open, courtesy of Mountain View.
Although still officially in pre-Alpha, the folks at Phoneix have made significant progress with their webOS-on-Android project.
Google's Nexus 4 smartphone and Nexus 10 tablet are already loaded with Android Jelly Bean 4.2 - but what the older Nexus 7and Galaxy smartphone?
Google has described Android 4.2 as a "new flavor" of Jelly Bean that will power Mountain View's recently announced lineup of Nexus 10 tablets and Nexus 4 smartphone.
Samsung has issued a formal response to a judge's decision to overturn a ban on the Galaxy Nexus phone.
The US Court of Appeals has overturned the ban on sales of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus phone, saying the California court that imposed it had 'abused its discretion'.
Images of what appear to be the next Nexus-branded smartphone have been leaked.
Google is reportedly getting ready to roll out a new strategy for its line of "Nexus" Android devices.
The next installment in Google's "seal of approval" Nexus brand appears to be based on the Droid Incredible X.
Google's Android Jelly Bean is finally hitting Sprint's Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4G courtesy of a long-awaited OTA update.
Putting a satellite into orbit is a rather expensive endeavor that typically costs millions of dollars.
Apple's rumored iPad Mini will likely shake up the tablet market this holiday season - if Cupertino decides to launch a 16-gigabyte iteration at a $300 price point.
Google’s $200 Nexus 7 may be one sweet looking and affordable tablet, yet it probably has very little chance of claiming significant market share from Apple’s wildly popular iPad.
Google's biggest event of the year happens this week, and you know what that means.
A database of tablet performance is giving us insight into the oft-rumored Google tablet.
More than 208 million phablets - a hybrid device larger than a smartphone but smaller than a tablet - are expected to ship globally in 2015, increasing by a factor of 10 in 2012 from 2011.
The first official Google-branded tablet might be released in as little as a couple months.
While many of us are still waiting for Android 4.0, Google is already firming up plans to launch version 5.0.
It seems increasingly likely that when Google actively helps create an Android tablet, it will specifically target the Kindle Fire.