With metal materials and competitive specs, the well-priced Nexus 6P comes out swinging.
This no-frills $379 smartphone is fast, but it may leave you wanting more.
The latest member of Google's Nexus family is currently out of stock.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow officially supports fingerprint sensors now, and Google's latest crop of devices are the first to implement it. Here's how to set up Nexus Imprint.
Not a fan of double-pressing the power button to launch the camera on your shiny new Nexus? It's OK, you can turn it off.
The new Nexus device carries on the tradition as a budget-friendly phone without the frills and features often added by Android device makers.
A metal build, spot-on fingerprint scanner and Android 6.0 could make you crave this 5.7-inch workhorse.
The smaller Nexus flagship won't break the bank, but might cramp your style.
The 5.7-inch Nexus is one of the first two phones to come with Google's Android 6.0 software built in.
Up close and personal with Google's new entry-level superphone.
Android 6.0 is here, but not every Android phone will get the update at the same time. Here's what you need to know about upgrading.
The Marshmallow version of Android is being made available as an over-the-air update to a small number of devices.
Setup tips for your new camera
Here are six quick things you should do when you first take a new camera out of the box.