Google Is Making A Game Console [Report]

Back in May, it was revealed that Google had hired legendary game designer Noah Falstein to head up what looked like a gaming division at the company. At the time, many thought Google was just getting into game development, but…

Is Google Working On A Nexus Q Successor?

Remember the Nexus Q? It was the media player that Google showed at I/O last year, and then disappeared from the market after shipping out the Q for free to those who pre-ordered it. Now it seems that Google is…

Google’s Nexus Q Is Apparently Really Popular

I didn’t really know what to make of the Nexus Q when Google first unveiled the orb at I/O. It definitely looks cool, but it also seems like every other streaming device. I’m apparently in the minority here as the…

Google Teases That New Hardware Is On The Way

Google is now officially in the hardware business. The Nexus family of products – Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nexus Q – show that Google is serious about competing with Apple, Amazon and others. Add on top of that the…

Google Steps Up their Game with American Made Nexus Q Player

Google’s new wireless home media player, the Nexus Q, features something you won’t find on too many other electric devices these day. No, it’s not some crazy new microchip, it’s a simple laser etched tag that says, “Designed and Manufactured…

Google Unveils The Nexus Q, A Streaming Entertainment Ball [Google I/O]

At Google I/O, Google unveiled the Nexus Q, which it describes as “the first social streaming media player”. It looks like a ball, and lets you push content from your Android device to your TV. It’s unclear how this fits…