Android 4.4 KitKat headed to the Wi-Fi versions of the Nexus 7 and 10 starting today, according to Google.
The amount of times Google branded hardware “accidentally” turns up on the Play Store before it’s supposed to you’d be forgiven for thinking that the big G was purposefully leaking it all. And that’s what appears to have happened with the forthcoming Nexus 10 tablet, which had its guts spilled all across the store…
This is the year tablets stopped being a one-horse race. There are real options now, and that means making real decisions. Here's how the top four choices compare—and which one measures up to be the best.
The tablet market went through some huge changes in 2012. Apple finally introduced a (somewhat) more affordable iPad. Microsoft released Windows 8 and launched its own hardware. And for the first time, every major player had a tablet that was actually, you know, good.
The holidays are approaching fast, and it's time to start picking up some gifts: for friends, family, even yourself. But when you're picking out what to go with, it's sometimes wise to stay away from the absolute best. Sometimes you just want the best value—something that's worth every shiny, hard-earned penny.
Interesting, if damning, commentary from Google suggests that the Nexus 10 is an experiment in resuscitating a tablet market which is overcrowded with expensive and underpowered 10-inch tablets.
Back in June, Google launched the Nexus 7 tablet. It was as fast as most high-end tablets, and it only cost $200. It was a major hit. But not everybody is sold on the seven-inch form factor yet. Which is why the Nexus 10 is here to steal your hearts.
Google's Nexus 10 tablet has arrived, designed to serve as Android's flagship answer to the iPad and Surface. But is the thing worth its weight in salt? We compared the Nexus 10 to the other top new tablets to find out.
Google just took the lid off a 32GB Nexus 7 tablet, and dropped the price of the 16GB model from $250 to $200. The bigger version is $249.
It's been a long time, but it's finally here. Google's big answer to the iPad—the tablet that created an entire market—has officially arrived. And it's bringing a better-than-retina screen, curves and serious speed.
Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, Google's Android event in NYC got canceled, the one where we were ever-so-probably sure there was going to be an announcement of the Nexus 10 tablet. Well, we have the next best thing, kind of. BriefMobile, source of previous leaks, released a video of the tablet. A brief one.
BriefMobile got its hands on what it says is the upcoming Google Nexus 10 tablet. Supposedly manufactured by Samsung, the tablet is said to have a dual-core 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos processor, a 2560x1600 retina-grade display, 2 gigabytes of RAM, 16 gigs of storage, a 5 megapixel camera, NFC, and Android 4.2, which is…
We already have a pretty good idea of everything that's going to happen at Google's big Android event next Monday, but now there's a little more fuel to add to the fire. Google's senior VP of engineering Vic Gundotra has been uploading some pictures to Google+ from a Nexus 10 tablet.