Samsung Galaxy Nexus Digitimes reports today that Google has apparently already chosen Samsung to manufacture their next Nexus phone. HTC manufactured the first developer phone, the HTC Nexus One, with Samsung manufacturing the latest two, the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus. This decision has forced HTC to join their forces with Facebook in developing a new Facebook-phone. Let’s...

Google released Android 2.3.4 last week to the Nexus S. Now, their first developer device, the Nexus One, has also received the update. Android 2.3.4 should go out to Nexus One devices as an OTA update starting today. However, the Nexus One doesn’t receive all the features that the Nexus S received. For instance the new video Google Talk feature is missing from...

Google is finally pushing out Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread for Nexus One owners. Some owners experienced a broken Google Voice app after the update. This should be fixed by reinstalling GV. Here’s how to fix the Google Voice problems: I had the same problem. I am a Google voice user who used to live in the USA and now back in Australia. I have a Nexus One and a Desire....

Google has finally started pushing out Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread for both Nexus One and Nexus S owners. This update will fix the random reboot bug found in the Nexus S. It will also enable NFC writing for Nexus S owners, and let the device act as an NFC tag! The update should be live now, but could take up to a few weeks to complete. Call *#*#checkin#*#* to force your...

The first Google phone ever, the Nexus One, is about to get updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Currently the only device that officially runs on Gingerbread is the Nexus S. Greg Kumparak from MobileCrunch has chatter at Mobile World Congress that Google will roll out Gingerbread for Nexus One owners in just a few days time! ...

Google is currently pushing out Android 2.2.2 for Nexus One owners as an Over-The-Air update. The new update is build FRG83G, and allegedly fixes the same SMS bug that Android 2.3.2 fixed for Nexus S owners earlier today. If you can’t wait for the OTA update to arrive to your phone, follow this link to download it straight from Google’s servers. ...

Android 2.3 Gingerbread was released on December 17th, 2010, but Nexus One owners are still waiting for their devices to be updated to it. Currently only the Nexus S runs officially on Android 2.3. When Android 2.2 was released, it took only 6 days for Nexus One owners to receive the update to it. Nexus One is the first Google developer device, and that is why it is expected...

The Google’s long awaited successor to the Nexus One, the Nexus S, is now available in the US. Pocketnow has gotten their hands on this device, and in the video above you’ll see their unboxing of the Nexus S. As you should know by now, the Nexus S is manufactured by Samsung. The Nexus One was manufactured by HTC. I personally like the design a little bit more...