In DepthWith Google's Nexus devices gaining about as much attention iDevices, we look at how the brand has changed.
Google has confirmed that the Xoom and Nexus S will not be treated to the firm's latest mobile operating system, Android 4.2.
Google has finally released a Google Calendar app in the Google Play store, one that gives loads of features without an OS update.
Sprint confirmed that it's updating the Galaxy Nexus, giving it Google Now, improving the notifications and the phone's performance and speed.
Android 4.1 could launch with more apps fully up-to-date now that the SDK has been released to developers.
It's been reported that the long awaited Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Google Nexus S will be hitting the handset in the next few weeks.
Google employees have confirmed via myriad social networks that the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Nexus S is in testing.