There’s been quite a bit of confusion surrounding what Google wants to do with their Chrome and Nexus branded products. Are they meant for developers? Is Google looking to make a splash with consumers? Google’s Winter Wonderlabs should help clear that up a bit.
Google has erected holiday-themed Winter Wonderlabs across the United States intended ... Read More »
Looks like the Nexus 5 is no longer the only member of Club KitKat. Google has announced that it’s now pushing Android 4.4 to both the 2012 and 2013 editions of the Nexus 7 as well as the Nexus 10. Owners of cellular-enabled Nexus phones will have to wait a ... Read More »
Google’s ads as of late have been absolutely fantastic, being both adorable and exemplary of why their products are truly useful in your life. Most of these ads focus on the brilliance of Google Now, which knows what you want and gives you the information when you need it. And with the release of a ... Read More »
Google promised and Google delivered. The 2013 Nexus 7 32GB LTE with T-Mobile SIM card is now available to purchase in the Play store for $349. The device should be available in T-Mobile stores next month, but we know none of you can wait that long.
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When the second generation Nexus 7 was launched, it was plagued with many problems. Factory images weren’t being released, people complained about multitouch issues and the GPS cut out for many. Google seems to have worked hard to make the device better, and the first two issues have been fixed. Previously, Google posted the factory ... Read More »
Like all Nexus devices, the new Nexus 7 tablet has had an interesting life since initial launch. Days before it was to be released, retailers started selling them to the public. I picked a Nexus 7 up for a friend two days before the official launch date, and the only store that wasn’t sold out ... Read More »
The new Nexus 7 seems to be an absolute hit with consumers and Android enthusiasts alike. With a low price tag and a category leading 1920×1200 display, it’s an amazing device on paper. And with stock Android 4.3, it performs great too. But as we all know, no Nexus device comes out without its fair ... Read More »
Nvidia’s Tegra 3 turned out to be quite the popular SoC, thanks in large part to the popularity of the original Nexus 7. The Tegra 4, however, has seen a much different fate. Due to poor Windows sales and a lost bid in the 2013 Nexus 7, the Tegra 4 has experienced weak sales with ... Read More »
When the Nexus 4 was released, there was a big debacle about the factory image and source code not being released in full. No one commented on it, and reasons were not given. It somewhat defeated the purpose of having a Nexus device, if you couldn’t modify it to your heart’s content with the source ... Read More »
I’ve been asked by a handful of people if the stories are true. Earlier this week, we reported that in the update to Android 4.3, the original Nexus 7 might see a performance boost thanks to newly added fstrim support. I’m very happy to report that my Nexus 7 has fixed itself. Finally, one ... Read More »