On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about some interesting fan-made renders of the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL, Huawei's new problem with the US and more.
Join us in this retro unboxing experience where we show many of the phones that have been in Pocketnow's history
Google is getting serious about hyping up the looming Pixel and Pixel XL phones... for a change, and not just for geeks and Android purists.
The Huawei 7P is alive again in the rumor mill and it could be a Google-contracted tablet that may be released as a "Pixel" tablet. Let's talk turkey.
The carrier will be pushing out the Android 7.0 update to Nexus 5X and 6P devices starting on August 22. What about the Nexus 6 and 9?
Yikes! After T-Mobile claims a win in speed and reliability tests, some of its customers can't use the network likely due to a device glitch.
From the Nexus One to this year's models, which is the best Nexus of all time? Let's look at the hits and the misses that have carried the Nexus name.
The LG Nexus video render from last week is looking like the real deal; will the same prove true for this fresh Huawei Nexus render?
A new LG Nexus leak is helping to confirm last week's unofficial render.
Check out the new video that might just be our first solid Huawei Nexus leak.
Oh boy. Remember this thing? The HTC EVO 3D was one of two…
Google has a long way to go before the Nexus 6 process and the product are seamless. Here are three pros and three cons to illustrate the point.
It's time to start thinking about this year's Nexus smartphone. Should it be a curved screen Nexus 6, or should it have a flat screen?
Smartphones have typically been fairly expensive. Motorola has challenged that, but only down to $179. What could we expect from a 50 dollar smartphone?
Pocketnow Weekly 081: Lenovo buys Motorola, Galaxy S5 fingerprints, & interview with special guest Ryan Negri
The Lenovo Motorola deal kicks off our recap of a startling week in tech, and Ryan Negri tells us about the journey of starting Negri Electronics. Tune in!
The uses of an sdcard in your smartphone or tablet are seemingly endless, but Google has reduced their usability. Why does Google hate your SD card?
Rumors of a new Nexus 7 have been floating around for months now. Read to learn why the second-generation Nexus 7 will be a hit!
Google I/O is a developer’s conference; Yes, we know that. Still, Google…