Google's latest mobile operating system has started to make a dent in the North American web traffic, according to Chitika's Insights' newest research.
Google's next-generation Nexus 7 tablet may be arriving in just a month, if a report is to believed. Publication DigiTimes claims that inside sources have confirmed the date, and a price of $229 for the 16GB model.
Google's I/O conference is less than one week away, and the company is expected to unveil a new lineup of devices for the upcoming year. Among them is the second-generation Nexus 7 tablet and one analyst claims he has a pretty good idea of what the tablet will be packing ahead of any official details from Google.
Google's 2012 budget 7-inch tablet, the Nexus 7, did extremely well, putting Google's tablet at the forefront of the tablet wars alongside the iPad and Kindle Fire. The company is widely expected to debut a successor at its upcoming Google I/O conference, except that it could be showcasing Android 4.3, not Android 5.0.
Google Nexus device owners can count themselves as part of the lucky few in the world that receive the latest version Android first. Most of them are running Android 4.2 already, while most other devices are still playing catch up to Android 4.1, and it looks like Google is now rolling out Android 4.2.2 for the GSM versions of the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10.
It's been a while since Google released the ASUS Nexus 7 tablet, but that doesn't mean that the manufacturers have forgotten about it. ASUS has now released an official dock for the Nexus 7, and it costs around $40. Let's see what it has to offer.
You can now pick up a Nexus 4 through T-Mobile retail stores and a Nexus 7 with a T-Mobile SIM at Google Play.
The Google Nexus 7 is no iPad, but there's nothing better in its price range.
You’ve told us which tablets you’re most excited for this holiday season, and in a virtual tie, the Google Nexus 7 barely edges out the Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
Most critics suggest that the Nook HD is a good choice for families, but comes up short against the other heavy hitters in the industry, including the Nexus 7 and Fire HD.
If you're looking to purchase one of Google's new Nexus devices, here's the rundown.
What do critics and users have to say about the best small tablets on the market: the Apple iPad Mini, the Google Nexus 7, and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD?
Google has released a minor update that adds December back in Android 4.2's People app for both the LG Nexus 4 and Samsung Nexus 10.
Let’s compare the best small tablets on the market: the Apple iPad Mini, the Google Nexus 7, and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
The latest version of the Android operating system has arrived - albeit not on all Google devices.