Rumours have begun to circulate concerning Google's next Nexus Android flagship smartphone. It looks as though Chinese brand Huawei may be the successor to Motorola as the manufacturer of Google's own-branded phone, believed to launch later this year.
After recent reports that Android Lollipop has been permanently bricking Nexus 5 and 7 devices, Nexus 5 owners are facing even more issues. Many users have reported that the camera often fails to start or immediately force closes in several apps.
Several reports from across the Internet indicate that Google's Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 Android devices are, in many cases, ending up bricked after being updated to Android Lollipop. The company is not responding as owners get angry.
One of the key features of the recently-announced Android L is 'Project Volta' which aims to boost the battery life of Android devices by tidying up the operating system in a variety of ways to preserve power as best as possible — something it achieves.
If Apple TV, Roku, Netfix, and all the other Internet streaming TV set top box isn't enough, then here comes one more. Unsurprisingly (or perhaps surprisingly) Google has been working on a set-top box to enable Internet capability on existing TV sets.
The US mobile market is dominated by Apple and Samsung. Earlier this year, Google decided to take a piece of the pie with the Nexus line. First with the Nexus 7 tab and now the Nexus 4 and 10 editions. It appears Amazon may be wanting in as well.
Following the success of the formation of the Nexus in 2010 and the massive push of CM Punk this past summer, the WWE is attempting to catch lightning in a bottle one more time this year to re-engage the fans of the company.