Nexus Q

Google reportedly working on Android-powered watch, game console and next-gen Nexus Q

Google reportedly working on Android-powered watch, game console and next-gen Nexus Q

Andrew Martonik 45

Self-branded hardware could showcase features of the latest version of Android made for more than just phones Google is concurrently working on three new self-branded Android devices to expand its reach into new market segments, if current rumors are to be believed. According to sources of The Wall Street Journal, Google is currently developing an Android-powered watch, home gaming...

Google's Nexus Q now billed as 'in stock' and shipping in 3-5 days on Google Play

Google's Nexus Q now billed as 'in stock' and shipping in 3-5 days on Google Play

Jerry Hildenbrand 13

Google has changed the availability status of the Nexus Q from "coming soon" to "in stock" (completely passing over the OMFGWTFBBQ stage we saw with the Nexus 7 models), with the qualifier that the device will be shipping out in three to five business days. With that said, we still haven't received any shipping notice about the Q we have on order, so we're still a little leery of any...

XBMC for Android is coming soon, source code available for building and testing

XBMC for Android is coming soon, source code available for building and testing

Jerry Hildenbrand 6

XBMC, the very popular open-source media center software, has been successfully ported to Android. The folks at XBMC tell us this on their blog - Today we announce XBMC for Android. Not a remote, not a thin client; the real deal. No root or jailbreak required. XBMC can be launched as an application on your set-top-box, tablet, phone, or wherever else Android may be found. If you don'...