The Nexus 5 says “to hell” with glitz and glamour.
Don’t forget to take your daily recommended dose of skepticism! Sure to ward off a bad case of the press-release blues.
LG spied on us, got caught red-handed, and is now promising to fix the issue. Suuuuure.
LG has spent plenty of time hyping up the curved screen of its Flex Android smartphone, but the device’s unique “self-healing” capabilities looks to be even more useful.
Editor's Pick This is what Steve Jobs meant when he threatened to go nuclear against Android.
The Nexus 5 is here.
Samsung sold 120 million mobile phones last quarter — more than 29 percent of the total global market and more than competitors Apple, Nokia, and LG combined — as global phone shipments reached a record 418 million.
Global smartphone sales passed a quarter of a billion units for the first time ever this past quarter, and Samsung accounted for a staggering 88.4 million of them.
Sit tight Android fans, the Nexus 5 is nigh — and in white.
What gadgets will be hot at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show? The Digital Answer Man knows.
The phone has a 4-inch screen and a 5-inch camera and enough apps and features to exceed the expectations of a first-time smartphone user.
Google is killing off the Google TV brand. No formal homicide charges were filed since it’s not illegal to murder a name.
Are curved, flexible smartphones the next frontier in smartphone innovation? LG and Samsung really want to make it so.
Here’s yet another sign that the Nexus 5 is near: Google sold out of all of its current Nexus 4 stock on Monday, and according to the Verge, it won’t be returning.