Remember Google's original "superphone," the Nexus One? It won't be supported by Android 4.0, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich.
With the prefect combination of technology and romance, a Google engineer created an elaborate scavenger hunt for his girlfriend with a special prize waiting for her at the final destination.
Google's Nexus lineup could be releasing a real competitor handset if the rumors about the Nexus 4G are true.
Forget the Nexus S, Nexus One will be getting a few new bells and whistles in the near future.
Google's flagship phone, the Nexus One, was a disappointment when it came to sales. Today, it's being followed up by the Nexus S; will it be able to best its predecessor?
Best Buy has spilled the beans on the long-awaited Nexus Two, called the "Nexus S." Specs remain at large, but it looks like the phone will be available for holiday shoppers soon.
Before you know it, they're all grown up. Android celebrates it's third year on the market, and in such a short time, Google's open source platform has certainly grown.
Google is planning a Nexus Two, this time built by Samsung. The device will run a pure version of Android 3.0 Gingerbread and have a front-facing camera.
Google stopped sales of the Nexus One "superphone," but offered it unlocked to developers who, apparently, bought out the whole inventory.
HTC's Droid Incredible debuted with Samsung AMOLED displays, but Samsung can't keep up, so HTC is switching to Sony Super LCD screens.
Touted as a "superphone" at the beginning of 2010, Google is ceasing sales of its Nexus One Android phone.
Google has started pushing Android 2.2 "Froyo" to its Nexus One phones via over-the-air updates.
So much for that idea: Google is shutting down its online store for Android devices.
Like Verizon Wireless, Sprint as decided to take a pass on the Google Nexus, opting instead for 4G-powered handsets.
Google has nixed plans to offer the Nexus One through Verizon Wireless, with no reason given.