Nokia patent infringements with Google Nexus 7


We’ve been bringing you a ton of information on the Google Nexus 7 tablet since its reveal at Google I/O 2012 last week. This Jelly Bean toting tablet has aroused a huge amount of interest before its release later this month. However we now hear that the Google Nexus 7 may have run into some […]

Fed up Samsung and Google to battle Apple

Fed up Samsung and Google to battle Apple

No doubt most in the mobile space is fed up with all the legal fighting between smartphone and tablet makers over patent infringements, and the main contenders in the legal battles are of course Samsung, HTC, and basically any Android device that Apple feels is a threat. I’m sure everyone knows that Apple recently won […]

Getting on the Google Nexus Q train


At Google I/O last week we saw several new things unveiled such as the Google Nexus 7 tablet and the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system but we haven’t yet paid a lot of attention, apart from some basic facts, to the Nexus Q, a social streaming media player. We’ll look at it a bit […]

ChromeURL tweak adds perfect Google Chrome keyboard

ChromeURL tweak adds perfect Google Chrome keyboard

If you are on the iOS platform, one of the complaints with Google Chrome is that for some reason the Google guys decided to leave out the top level domain (TLD) keyboard shortcuts, and opted to go with their own design layout. However if you are one of the iOS unfaithful that likes to tinker […]

Android Jelly Bean adds blink security improvement


We’ve been bringing you plenty of news about the upcoming new Android OS, 4.1 Jelly Bean, since it was unveiled at Google I/O last week. Now we have learned of another new addition to Jelly Bean that should improve security as the Face Unlock feature now requires the user to blink. Jelly Bean adds some […]

Google I/O 2012 announcement crunch time today


Google I/O begins today and it’s crunch time where we hope to hear announcements about many of the developments we’ve been bringing you news about. The developer conference runs from June 27 through June 29 and we thought it would be useful to take a look at what we expect to be announced, including of […]

Clue points to Google Nexus 7 tablet being real


We have been passing on details of more and more rumors lately about a Google Nexus tablet from Asus and today another clue has emerged which points to the Google Nexus 7 tablet being real. There’s a huge amount of interest in the possibility of a Nexus tablet and Android enthusiasts are keenly waiting for […]

Google Dropbox video streaming update for ICS 4.0 users

drop box ics update

There are a growing number of ways for us to store our important files away from the hardware inside our homes or the mobile devices we use, and today we have news of the Google Dropbox video streaming update for ICS 4.0 users. Dropbox has just been updated for the Android operating system, and as […]

Android 4.0 ICS updates taking too long but why?


Here at Phones Review we’ve been attempting to keep readers informed about the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update. There was a lot of excitement about the latest Android mobile OS when it was launched around 8 months ago but news today is that the rollout is happening far too slowly and we’d like […]

Google vs Apple iOS 6 Maps app

Google vs Apple iOS 6 Maps app

Google Maps has been out for a long time now and its apps can be found on Android phones as well as the Apple iPhone, we know that Apple has been working on its mapping system for a while and now it all seems to be coming and finally releasing. BGR is reporting that the […]