Nicknamed “Knox” (as in the fort that Goldfinger busted into), Samsung’s new security software was released this week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
I’m ready to move on from the Nexus 4. Will the HTC M7 be my next?
Here’s three ways to protect your new Google Nexus 4. All are under $20, but I suspect none will make your uber Android look as beautiful as Elena Anaya.
Many looking to upgrade their Androids might opt for the slightly larger Galaxy Note II, or, do what I did and jump on a LG Nexus 4 direct from Google.
Google’s svelte Nexus 4 (LG) is enjoying the limelight, but Verizon is looking to spoil the Android party with the monstrous Droid DNA (HTC).
Nexus 4 is here. Sporting a gorgeous 4.7-inch IPS display, S4 Pro processor, and glass panels, the new flagship Android impresses. But is it worth upgrading from the 2011 Samsung Galaxy Nexus?
Decision: You have $1,200 and want some mobile mojo. Do you go Apple and buy a MacBook Air? Or do you go Google and buy a Nexus 4 phone, Nexus 7 tablet, Nexus 10 tablet and Chromebook?
Joining the already popular Nexus 7 tablet, is a new larger 10-inch version dubbed the Nexus 10, and a new LG Nexus 4 smartphone.
On October 29th, Google will reveal its expanded Nexus offerings which will likely include the LG Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 10 tablet. Here’s what to expect.