Posts tagged with: Nexus X
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    The technology world is a fast moving one, and hence, there are more than 100 stories we publish on a weekly basis here on Pocketnow. Those include reviews, videos, editorials, news, and more. With this new, weekly series, we're making it easier for you to look back at the most interesting, exciting, and popular topics of the week, in case you missed anything. Look for the Pocketnow Week in Review every Saturday morning. It contains the most popular ten stories of the week printed on the portal, as well as top videos from our YouTube channel. Additionally, you can also find our Pocketnow ...

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    Earlier this week, rumors about Google's follow-up to the Nexus 5 took a turn. We had already been talking about the idea of Motorola manufacturing this hardware, and after rumors bounced around the theory that we could be looking at a 5.9-inch phablet-sized handset, they settled back at a slightly more mainstream 5.2-inch screen size. But all of a sudden, it looked like we might not be getting the Nexus 6 we assumed would we be on the menu, and instead the phone would arrive as the Nexus X – a name we'd been tossing around a year prior in the lead-up to the release of the Moto X. Today ...

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    Rumors have been flying that Motorola has been chosen to make the next Nexus iteration, and most (if not all) called the phone the Nexus 6 – it's the sixth Nexus phone to be made, and it's also rumored to have a 5.9-inch screen size. Today we're seeing a report that looks to partially shoot down these earlier rumors, as the Motorola Nexus X name leaks for the first time. According to unacknowledged sources of PhoneArena, the phone will be named Motorola Nexus X (as we said earlier), and it will allegedly have the Motorola model number XT1100. This leads us to think the earlier report ...

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    Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside recently confirmed that the Motorola "X Phone" is not a figment of our imagination, nor a wishful hope. "It's going to be called the Moto X (and) it's going to be broadly distributed" later this year. There you have it: it's not the "Motorola X Phone", it's not the "Motorola Nexus X". The new phone, when it's released, will be called the "Moto X", and I want one. Hello Moto! GeoLocation & Situational Awareness The letter X is often associated with location. "X marks the spot" and "You are here -> X" come to mind. This holds true with the aptly named Moto ...

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    Yes, this is the month where we all get very little sleep covering everything that'll be on your shopping list this holiday season. If you thought that Apple was the only company trying to darken the glory of the Microsoft Surface and Windows Phone 8, think again. Google has just announced that they'll hold an Android event on October 29th, and yes you guessed it right, this is the same date when Microsoft will launch Windows Phone 8 to the public. Now what could we expect from this event? For starters we know that Google is planning to drop the price on the Nexus 7 to just $99 along with ...

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    Starting with the Nexus One, Google has partnered with an OEM to develop each generation of the flagship Android-device. Generally, this device has featured the "Nexus" moniker. These phones and tablets haven't necessarily represented the latest and greatest hardware, but they usually have pushed the envelope regarding "interesting" hardware and typically introduce a new version of the Android operating system. NFC has become a Nexus "standard", so have barometers to help save some battery life and get GPS fixes faster (in addition to just telling us the barometric pressure). Nexii have ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through the photos of the Sony Nexus X that were recently discovered. Then we talk about the leaked price rage that we may find for the iPad Mini later this month along with the possible storage and wireless variances. We then discuss Softbank's recent purchase of Sprint, which still doesn't necessarily mean anything good or bad for current customers. Then we go through our coverage of the LG Optimus G and our first impressions. We end today's show by talking about Microsoft's new Xbox music and what's good and bad about it. All this and more after ...

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