Category: LG


Android 4.4.2 rolling out to Nexus devices (Update)

We’re getting reports that only days after receiving Android 4.4.1, various Nexus devices, including the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, are receiving another update to Android 4.4.2, build number KOT49H. While there’s no word on what has been updated this time around around — the generic update blurb is the same as the former one, indicating



LG G2 reportedly selling fewer units than expected

It’s hard to accuse LG of resting on their laurels this year: the company released a number of well-received products, including the flagship G2, and breathed new life into its tablet division with the (yet-to-be-released-in-Canada) G Pad 8.3. It also once again worked with Google on the latest Nexus smartphone, and is rumoured to be



Google Nexus 5 Review

There are some phones that change an industry, and the Nexus 4 was one of them. Released for a ridiculously low $309 CDN ($299 USD) in early November 2012, the device went on to reveal the limitations of the carrier-free OEM strategy. Lacking LTE and felled by an underwhelming camera and poor battery life, the



Google begins Android 4.4 OTA update for the Nexus 4

Last night, a few Nexus devices began receiving an update to a new Android 4.4 build, KRT16S, after initially receiving a more bug-filled version last week. The Nexus 4, however, was not part of that first group. Overnight, it looks like Google has also begun a slow rollout of the same build for the Nexus 4,



SaskTel releases the Nexus 5 and HTC Desire 601

The famous “coming soon” label has been removed and SaskTel has officially added the Nexus 5 and the HTC Desire 601 to their lineup. Both run Android, Nexus 5 with KitKat and Desire 601 with Jelly Bean, and the prices are in line with what other Canadian carriers are selling them for – 16GB Nexus