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Entries in nexus (15)


Google Photos now offers free original quality storage for Nexus users, introduces new features

To celebrate its first year, Google has officially released the free original quality storage for Nexus users on Google Photos. This means you don’t need to let Google compress your image to fit 16-megapixel resolution requirement to not count against your Google storage. Other new features coming to Google Photo include new sorting methods for photos within an album (including newest first, oldest first, and recently added). Contrast and Exposure controls are also coming to Google Photos soon.

Source: Android Community


Review: Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Amazon's Kindle’s e-Ink eReaders have really set the standard for design and functionality. Their Android tablets, however, have always been a bit of a mixed bag. Focused on content consumption, they don’t offer the full range of Android features, apps and functionality you'd get from a Nexus 7 or any other Android tablet, but give just enough for the average user to be more than satisfied.

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Canada and 11 other countries to get Nexus 6 soon

While stocks of the Nexus 6 might still be plaguing the U.S., it would seem Google is gearing up to make the new Nexus device available for Canada and 11 other countries. Canada, Australia, the UK, France, and Germany are just some of the countries now seen under the “Country availability” page for the Nexus 6. So, this means all the new Nexus devices will be available for purchase via Google Play Store. Pre-orders should be heading our way soon but Google is saying exactly when it would be available. We will keep you posted for any updates.


Release of Android Lollipop to Nexus devices gets delayed

Nexus users have been tipped that they would be getting their updates for Android 5.0 Lollipop any day now. However, Android Police reports the over-the-air update has been delayed due to bug issues. Those using Nexus 9 and Nexus Player already have the builds shared but those with a Nexus 4, 5, 7, and 10 have to wait until November 12. Google hasn’t really released a specific timeline for the OTA update but they have said on Twitter to Nexus 4 and 5 users that it will be arriving in the coming weeks.

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