Most reports detailing Google’s Nexus plans for 2015 mention two distinct devices, a 5.2-inch LG Nexus 5 and a 5.7-inch Huawei Nexus phablet. It’s not clear yet why Google decided to make two Nexus handsets this year, but we’ve found one possible explanation that you may not have considered before. More →
Google is expected to launch two Nexus handsets this year, a new LG Nexus 5 and a Huawei phablet. After the former appeared in a series of leaked images that suggested the phone would have a 3D camera setup on the back, a designer used those images to conceive a stunning video that shows us what the handset might look like. More →
Google is widely expected to launch two new Nexus handsets this year, including a 5-inch LG Nexus 5 (2015 edition) and a Huawei phablet. Fans of the Nexus line probably expect the phones to launch at some point in the fourth quarter of the year, which is when Google usually releases new Nexus smartphones. But it looks like at least one new Nexus handset might hit store shelves sooner than you think. More →
Just when you thought that TVs couldn’t possibly get any thinner, LG has gone and upped the ante with an incredible 55-inch OLED wallpaper display that measures in at less than a millimeter and weighs just barely over four pounds.
While the display itself is more of a proof of concept device than something you can pick up at your local Best Buy today, the display may very well be a glimpse into how many of us will watch TV in the (distant) future.
You’re probably used to seeing free phone offers all the time from wireless carriers, and by now you know how it works. You have to sign a contract with a mobile operator for a certain period of time, during which the cost of the phone will be baked into your wireless service plan.
But what if that wasn’t the case anymore? What if free phones were also offered alongside prepaid service plans? It looks like this intriguing plan might end up being T-Mobile’s next “uncarrier” initiative. More →