To help promote their already sold out Nexus 4, Google shows off Photo Sphere in this short video. Photo Sphere is definitely an intuitive way to take new pictures, if only we can access those pictures anywhere else and not just Google+! Either way, check out the video!
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I can't connect to Google play store/Gmail or Google Now on my nexus 5 via Wifi. None of the older topics about the same problem helped. It seems to work on my mobile network. It started completely randomly, the only thing i installed was Lookout security (but i'm not sure if it started after that) Then i uninstalled it, but it did not work as well.
Google may be hinting at the release of a brand new device. Found by a member of The Verge Forums, it seems that Google could be launching a new tablet with an 8-inch screen. We know Google has a very interesting way of leading up to an announcement, just look at KitKat. In the image above (with the full size after the break), you can see that this tablet is not the usual Nexus 7.
Shortly after the release of the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4, news circulated the internet suggesting that Google was working on an eight inch Nexus tablet. This news was all but confirmed with a photo that was found online. Google quickly squashed rumors though with a touched up photo that made it look like a Nexus 7. The idea of the Nexus 8 was dead.
Okay this might be a stupid question but I want to make sure Ubuntu will be able to everything I want before installing as I am quite happy with my CM10.1. Basily I want to know if standard apps like Google play or other Android apps will still work, I feel like they should speaking Google's native software is Linux based but I wanted to make sure.
For a limited time you can get 25% off Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 cases from the Google Play Store. These include The Nexus 5 Bumper Case ($26.24), LG QuickCover for the Nexus 5 ($37.49), Nexus 7 sleeve ($22.49), Nexus 7 Folio (out of stock), and Nexus 7 case ($37.49).
You don’t need to enter a coupon code or any other funny business.
i just rooted and unlocked my nexus (still on stock rom, which i want) and now i have a problem with my google play store.
first of all, some years ago i had an HTC Desire which used the same google account, now i have a nexus and before rooting and unlocking the play store on the PC (in browser) showed my nexus as a device ( i was able to choose nexus or desire when installing