Google's Nexus S smartphone is getting the eagerly awaited update to Android version 4.1.
For the first time, Google is telling users why updates to the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus have taken so long.
After numerous delays and technical problems, the Nexus S 4G is finally getting the new Android update.
Google has updated its newest version of Android, bringing Ice Cream Sandwich to version 4.0.4.
While more than 97% of Android devices still haven't received an Ice Cream Sandwich update, Google is already updating the few devices that are already running ICS.
Google is promising to fix the Android 4.0 update that went awry the first time around.
The latest Android fragmentation numbers are in.
Just as soon as it was announced that the Nexus S phone would be getting the latest version of Android this month, Google has had to put an end to the process in some areas.
Google has managed to squeak out one more version of the newest iteration of Android before the holidays.
If you want the latest and greatest in Google's mobile operating system, as of now you'll need to buy a Galaxy Nexus phone.
The Android handset that was heralded as the true "Google Phone" seems to be on the way out.
The Google Wallet limitation of only accepting Mastercard accounts has quickly become a thing of the past.
Google's app for paying at stores with your phone may be officially rolled out later today.
The Google-optimized Nexus S smartphone is now available at a new bargain price, if you're willing to sign up with AT&T.
The Internet is all abuzz with talks of near-field communication (NFC) chips in mobile phones and the newest and (and thinnest!) forms of payment.
According to the results of a new independent test, Android 2.3 is able to load websites 52% faster than an iPhone running iOS 4.3.
Google pushed out an update to the Nexus S earlier this month and made it the most up-to-date Android phone on the market, but one of its features in the update is having an unfortunate backlash.
While Google's Nexus One showed miserable sales numbers, customers who bought one are actually pretty lucky since it seems to be a priority for Google to update. That will continue to be true as all Nexus users will soon get Android 2.3, AKA Gingerbread.
If you want to see a real legitimate record breaker, head to the Best Buy in San Carlos, California. That's where you'll find a working, 42-inch Nexus S Android phone.
When Android 2.2 finally made its way to the public airwaves, it was the Nexus One that was first to receive the update. And it's living up to that reputation again this time, with Android 2.3 expected to hit the handset in a matter of weeks.