Make no mistakes about it, your lockscreen is good at keeping honest people honest, but a truly dedicated thief is bound to find his way around it. One of the wilder ways to do so has recently been demonstrated by researchers who cracked through a Galaxy Nexus's security by throwing it in a freezer.
After a successful Samsung appeal, the Galaxy Nexus injunction has been lifted. You are free to enjoy your Nexii again!
Verizon's Galaxy Nexus is finally getting updated to Jelly Bean. Great news! And about time. [Verge]
In the other court battle between Apple and Samsung, Apple is accusing the Galaxy Nexus of violating Apple's "universal interface for retrieval of information in a computer system" patent with its Universal Search. Samsung is saying Apple shouldn't feel threatened by the Galaxy Nexus because the sales of the phone are…
Last week, Apple secured an injunction against the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus by claiming that the quick search on the phone's Android OS violates its patent for a "universal interface for retrieval of information in a computer system." Google's got a "fix" coming, but you're not going to like it.
Last week US courts ruled in favor of Apple by granting a preliminary injunction against Samsung's Google-designed smartphone, the Galaxy Nexus. Now, the phone has been pulled from the Google Play store, and Goggle is hurrying to put together a software patch to get around the ban.
First the Galaxy Tab 10.1, now the Galaxy Nexus. Apple has, for the second time in two weeks, convinced the court to bar the sale of a competing Samsung product for patent infringement.
Even though Google failed miserably and shut down the old Google phone store, it looks like they're giving it one more go. Right now, Google is selling an unlocked Galaxy Nexus that works on both AT&T and T-Mobile for $400 on Google Play.
Public transit riders used to have to just settle for the route that Google Maps dictated—no discussion, no sharing of feelings, nothing. But, the newest iteration of Maps will tailor the route to your preferences while looking gorgeous on Ice Cream Sandwich.
Behold the bizarre, picture-driven tale of the Russian lady who, after dropping her phone in her soon-to-be meal, decides to cook (and eat) the phone itself. But why? It doesn't make sense. No words. None.
In addition to our crowd-sourced National Speed Test, we thought we'd do a little testing of our own. We love LTE, but which iPad (and network) gives the best LTE? Let's have a look see.
Google's pissed at the Samsung Galaxy Nexus LTE about something because it just effectively stripped away the Nexus title of the Galaxy Nexus. The Galaxy Nexus LTE no longer shows up on Google's Nexus developer pages which seems to mean that Google no longer thinks the Galaxy Nexus LTE is a true reference Android…
Well this is rather exciting. Verizon and AT&T both had, until now, cock-blocked Google Wallet functionality on the Galaxy Nexus phone. Blocking its installation while developing their own proprietary NFC payment service, code-named Iris. That program appears to have fizzled since the Google Wallet app is now…
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is currently the best Android phone out there—and
only one (of two) that runs Ice Cream Sandwich (so far). But non-Verizon stateside peeps have been left out in the cold. Sprint to the rescue.
If you have eyes for Google's flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but didn't want to go with Verizon, maybe the phones imminent availability on Sprint will entice you more. Leaked on the company's LTE site, the phone. No details on pricing, but the site says it's coming in the first half of the year. [Sprint via
This is innteressting. An advertisement for the Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE for Sprint, the latest Android 4.0 hotness, has appeared on CNET. There is no Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE on Sprint yet. This accidental leak pretty much means there will be.