The Nexus 4 is one of the most beautiful phones on the market, however the glass rear means that many owners are reporting that the device has slipped off a desk or flat surface, causing pretty serious damage.
Glovebox for Android is an application which replicates the app drawer function of Ubuntu OS, which allows you to access pre-defined apps by swiping to the right.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Google really know how to create heart-warming adverts. This one, advertising the Nexus 4 and Google Now, is the latest to be released, and it really delivers on promoting the Google Now service.
Just a matter of hours after Google released their very own Nexus 4 advert, LG have released another. Are they forgetting that they are almost impossible to buy right now?
Google have released another advert for the Nexus 4, although this one is focusing primarily on Photo Sphere, meaning it’s more like an advert for Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Earlier this week, the LG Nexus 4 was due to be released on the Google Play store for a price much cheaper than found in retailers. Unfortunately, the stock was all gone within 50 minutes, meaning that Google must have advertised the product better than they thought, as they seriously under-prepared for the amount of people pouring onto the website.
Last week technology fans were very disappointed to find that, due to a pretty huge storm headed towards New York, Google were postponing their Android event, putting a hold to the official announcement of upcoming Nexus devices, as well as Android 4.2. Although Google are still planning to hold an event were they can officially showcase the new products, they decided that they would go ahead and reveal them today, the day of the delayed event.
UK retailer Carphone Warehouse have posted a page detailing all the still-to-be-announced features of the Google Nexus 4, the next handset in the Nexus line. Unfortunately for Google, the page isn’t just a leaked image, it reveals all the upcoming features which were expected to be announced at Google’s Android event next week.