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The Nexus is Google's premier mobile device, designed to show off the latest features of each iteration of its Android operating system. Learn how to get the most out of your current Nexus device, or learn about the direction the next generation Nexus devices are heading, here at Tom's Hardware.
Manufacturer says it went by retailer and operator demand when it came to supply.
We take LG's current big hitter, the Optimus G, for a spin to see if it can fill the hole left by the Nexus 4's availability issues.
Back in stock, but for how long?
Comes with 1GB of RAM and a microSD card.
Price point rumored to be $226.
Trigger fingers at the ready, folks.
Teardown reveals previously unknown feature.
Google's operating system continues to dominate market with 72.4 percent share.
Android tablets expected to overtake iPad's market share by mid-2013.
Both 8GB and 16GB variants of smartphone sold out.
Unlike a teardown, these devices can't be put back together.
The Nexus 4 is looking pretty pricey in Europe.
Apple's App Store features over quarter of a million apps designed specifically for the iPad.
Firm wants to avoid "techy nonsense left over from the paleolithic era of computing".
Device set to run on Ice Cream Sandwich version and feature Wi-Fi support.
The Nexus 7 is selling like hot cakes.
Google providing stiff competition to Apple's iPad.
Nexus Q, we hardly knew ye.
Google and LG's smartphone releasing in two weeks.
Nexus 4 was announced just recently.
Current LTE networks utilize last generation's technology.
"All this has happened before..."
Google has finally made the newest Nexus phone official.
Google's Nexus 10 and new Nexus 7 are official and launching in a couple of weeks' time.
Price drop applied to 16GB model of Google's tablet.
Unfortunately they're not pictures of the device, rather pictures taken using the device's camera.