It’s pretty much set in stone at this point that Google will unveil the Nexus 7 tablet today at the kickoff of Google’s I/O developer conference in San Francisco. With the Nexus 7, Google is hoping to make a dent in the tablet market dominated by Apple’s iPad, whose only competition ... Read More »
Normally I’m a big proponent of emerging advancements in the technology industry. I lust after the latest gadget out there, and welcome technological innovations that will better my everyday life. When Google first took the wraps off of Project Glass, the project that will soon make augmented reality glasses…umm, a reality, I was excited for ... Read More »
Time, and time, and time again, I’ve been known to sing the praises of Google’s Nexus series devices, because they are updated directly by Google. Which should mean fast, consistent updates to the latest version of software Google is working on (or at the very least, a fully functioning device). Right? As a large group ... Read More »
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By now, you hopefully already know about the ASUS MeMO 370T. On paper, the MeMO 370T is a spec’d out 7-inch slate that features nVidia’s powerful Tegra 3 quad-core system on a chip. This tablet screams top-of-the-line, yet ASUS will offer the tablet to consumer for $250. Why would they price this thing ... Read More »
Perhaps the biggest story to come out of Google I/O back in May 2011 was the Android Update Alliance. The Android Update Alliance consisted of all the big players in the Android industry, encompassing all US carriers and handset makers. The Alliance promised that for every device released after Google I/O, ... Read More »
Now that the endorphins have worn off and we’ve had a little time to digest Google’s Music Store launch, we can begin to tackle both the good and the bad that result from Google’s Music Service.
Dell Inc.’s founder and CEO Michael Dell has announced that the company is betting the farm on Microsoft’s Windows 8 for its future tablets in hopes of dethroning Apple’s iPad2. Mr. Dell stated that the market for Android devices has not developed as they had hoped.
Though I think Mr. Dell is correct when it ... Read More »
Every time a new Android tablet comes out, it’s always the same thing: “This tablet has THIS dual-core processor. This tablet has THIS size display. This tablet has THIS firmware.” Over, and over and over again. Don’t get me wrong, specs are important to a certain extent. The problem is, they don’t matter nearly as ... Read More »
For the Android modder community, it’s been an emotional couple of weeks. When the HTC Sensation and the HTC Evo3D were announced, there was a great deal of excitement. Each of these devices have a fantastic look and feel to them, and they come with some of the first dual core ... Read More »
The crowd erupted in applause as the curtains were finally pulled back on the year-long tease that was the new and improved Google Music. Functional on everything with a browser, as well as the tablet and smartphone. Finally! A real, native music solution for Android users, and an amazing cloud layer on top of that ... Read More »