Out of nowhere, this wild but extremely credible rumor has surfaced of a Huawei-built 7-inch Google tablet (Pixel-branded?) with 4GB RAM.
Earlier today, Android Marshmallow technically dropped on all of us. To be more specific, the public version of 6.0 got pushed and was intended for developers to work with some live software. Google promised that over-the-air updates to devices-at-large would start tumbling out in due fashion.
We’ve been wishing hard, praising the techies at Google and yet, we’re all disappointed the same in some aspects. One of these aspects was the dark theme that we so desperately wanted in those pitch black room conditions. Also not easy on the eyes was the multi-pane app [...]
T-Mobile has confirmed that the Marshmallow update is in works (or already rolling out) for 17 devices, phones and tablets. Check out to see if yours has it
Learn more about when legacy Nexus devices will receive Android 6.0, as we are closer than we expected from previous experiences
Despite technically exceeding the guaranteed 24-month major upgrade window already, the Nexus 7 2013 may still be treated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow soon.
From here on out, Google will make available monthly Nexus security updates for its phones and tablets from three years following release.
It's far from a guarantee, but there's some scattered evidence that suggests we might see Nexus Android M preview releases for older devices.
Google has made the Android 5.1.1 factory images available, and you can download them for your 2012 and 2013 Wi-Fi Nexus 7, as well as Nexus 10
Learn how to install the latest Android 5.1 update files on your Nexus smartphone or tablet.
It's taken long enough, but Google's cell-equipped Nexus 7 tablets are finally getting a taste of Lollipop.
From delays in purchasing, higher costs, incompatible plans, & updates that never seem to arrive, here's why cellular-connected tablets are a horrible idea.
Most Nexus models only just got Android 5.0.1 and now we've already got Android 5.0.2 for the 2012 Nexus 7.
You better believe it: Google has just dropped Android 5.0.1, the latest bug-fixing revision to Lollipop.
Various OEM Lollipop updates started arriving before Google's own Nexus products got theirs. Is this a failure of the Nexus program, or a huge OEM win?
Today's the day for the start of Nexus Android 5.0 updates; learn which models are getting it first.
Own a Google tablet and itching for Lollipop? The Nexus 7 Android Lollipop factory image recently leaked, can most likely help you out.
Google is quick to tell us that Android is together but not the same - which is great! Given our options, which is the best Android tablet money can buy?
Good news for Nexus users! Google has confirmed Nexus 4 Android 5.0 updates, as well as those for the original Nexus 7 tablet.
The Pocketnow Week in Review brings you all the most popular news and video from the past week. Lots of Android L with some iOS sprinkled in.
Android L developer preview source code has partially been released for Nexus devices, including for the first-gen Nexus 7 and LG's Nexus 4.
Discover the evidence some are suggesting points to Google's interest in delivering Nexus 4 Android L updates, as well as those for the first Nexus 7.
The Pocketnow Week in Review brings you all the most popular news and video from the past week. This week was all Google, all the time.
Now's your chance to try out Android L for yourself, as Google publishes the Android L developer preview system images.