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Nexus (of contracts)

A set or collection of something.
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Nexus of Contracts

Any contract or other thing that is related to anything else, especially something that causes something else.
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The LG-made Google Nexus 5X users also reported issues of random reboots post Android 7.0 Nougat update, while the update for Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 LTE were delayed.
Cellular , the off-contract price of 32 GB Google Nexus 6 is $660.
The fifth incarnation of the Google Nexus phone is also the first in the market to run the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, Android 4.4 KitKat, which has been optimised to run on a greater range of devices.
However, the Flash message on Google Nexus gets displayed on top of all active windows and is surrounded by a semi-transparent black overlay that has a dimming effect on the rest of the screen and with every message received the dimming effect increases.
Customers buying Google Nexus 4 will get the following: 2 GB data bucket for 90 days, free trial of mobile music for a fortnight and much more.
The Google Nexus 10, which is a true rival to Apple's 9.7-inch iPad will be made by Samsung and have a quad-core processor.
Google is reported by foreign news agencies to unveil multiple new models around the end of October, with hardware partners including LG, Samsung and Sony, all of which will also bring their newest Google Nexus Android phones to the market starting in the fourth quarter.
Video games retailer GameStop (NYSE:GME) announced on Thursday that it is now accepting trades on a wide range of Android tablets and is taking pre-orders on the brand new Google Nexus 7 tablet (16GB).
India, May 27 -- The Google Nexus 9 tablet may have been discontinued according to a report by Cnet.
22, 2012 (CENS)--Not to lag behind its competitors, HTC Corp., a Taiwanese smartphone vendor, is reportedly to launch its Google Nexus Android phone in the fourth quarter of this year as the fourth smartphone brand joining the competition after LG, Samsung, and Sony, according to industry sources.