Google Live Cases aren’t your typical cases. They’re customizable and feature a button within that can act as a shortcut on your phone. The popular band, KISS, was just recently announced as Google’s latest partner to create Live Cases for Pixel and select Nexus devices.
There was a time when Android device owners could only speculate as to when the end-of-life system updates and security patches would be issued for their devices.
With the recent unveiling of Google’s third handset, Pixel, one big question remains, and that is what the future will be for the Nexus hardware line.
Nexus owners will soon have greater control over their data management as Google has announced that it will be releasing Wi-Fi Assistant for all Nexus devices in the US, Canada, Mexico, UK, and Nordic countries.
A new report suggests that the upcoming Nexus hardware will come with a refreshed settings menu in order to accommodate the new Google Support tool. The Support tool will allow Nexus owners to get help from Google experts by screen-sharing their device.
This bit of news caught us by surprise, which is why we’re covering it. Apparently, Verizon and other carriers may offer this year’s Nexus offerings codenamed ‘Sailfish’ and ‘Marlin.’ However, they might not retain the ‘Nexus’ branding. Here’s why this may not be as good as it sounds.
Google has updated its stock Dialer app for making calls. With it, Nexus users will get a new feature to protect themselves from spam phone calls.
Summer is flying by, and as the Fall approaches, Google fans begin to get excited. This is because it’s the time of year Google publicly releases the latest version of their mobile operating system, Android. The Fall is also a time of year to look forward to because, with new software, comes new hardware.