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Nexus 6 Rumour Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

The Nexus line is Google’s Android champion, the annual display of Android in its purest form. As we get closer to this year’s refresh, rumours are beginning to flesh out what the Nexus 6 is going to look like. Here’s what you can expect from the next great Android phone.

Vodafone Resumes Rolling Out Jelly Bean To Nexus S Users After Earlier Issues

After an earlier stumble, Vodafone’s Nexus S users can once again get their hands on an over-the-air update to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean starting right now.

Vodafone Australia Halts Jelly Bean Roll-Out

Vodafone Australia’s Nexus S customers were set to be the first to get upgraded to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean today, until the telco realised that the software it was rolling out to customers didn’t meet Australian regulatory standards.

Nexus S Owners, Hack Your Way Into Google Wallet

With a little help from xda-developers, Ausdroid has managed to get Google Wallet working on a Nexus S. Sure, you can only spend $US10, but it’s your first chance to try the service out before it arrives locally… which I’ll readily admit could be never. So perhaps your only chance.

Ice Cream Sandwich Caught On Video?

Or possibly tasty, tasty prank. Google’s talked a big game regarding Ice Cream Sandwich, but up until now the details have been a bit scarce. This video claims to reveal a bit more of what Ice Cream Sandwich will look like.

Man Roots Six-Foot Nexus S Display At US Electronics Store

Best Buy had a six-foot Nexus S on display that caught the eye of a customer waiting for his phone to be repaired. Instead of merely exploring the giant phone, he decided to go one step further and root it.

Nexus S Mysteriously Self-Deleting Photos

Samsung, Google and Sprint are all trying to figure out why some users’ Nexus S phones are nuking pictures without any explanation, Computerworld reports. It’s a toughie, because there doesn’t seem to be any common cause behind the deletions.

Sprint Knows The Way To Our Hearts Is Through Cats And The Internet

I loathe giving time to adverts (especially when they’re not paying for it!) but sometimes, they’re just too bang-on not to show you. This Sprint ad for the Nexus S is one of those ads. [IntoMobile via PhandroidThanks, Richard!]

There's Always Gonna Be A New Nexus Phone

Andy Rubin, Google’s chief Android asked about future Nexus devices at a Google IO press conference:

You Can Get The Nexus S On Contract For Just $20.50 A Month

The Nexus S is one of the finest Android phones available on the market today, and as tipster Lindsay tells us, Vodafone are practically giving the phone away. You can grab the phone for $0 up front on a 24 month plan paying just $20.50 a month – or a total of $492.

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