The brand has outlived its usefulness thanks to Google Play edition hardware and other market changes.
Celebrating apps that take full advantage of the larger screen.
At an event this morning in San Francisco, Google rolled out a new Nexus 7. The name remains the same, but otherwise, an awful lot has changed.
Mother’s Day deals from Amazon and Barnes & Noble do look enticing, but they don’t represent your last chance to score a decent tablet for cheap. Hang tight; the next few months should be a lot of fun to watch.
By now, it’s clear that anyone who thought tablets were a fad is dead wrong.
I use a Nexus 7 regularly, having bought the 16 GB version soon after it launched last summer. Here’s what I’d like to see in Google’s next Nexus 7 tablet.
Although Hurricane Sandy wiped out Google’s big New York press-event plans, the company went ahead and announced its new Nexus phone and tablets anyway.
Here’s a look at what each budget tablet has to offer compared to the rest.
If Google announces a Nexus phone and several tablets next week as expected, it’ll be both a major turning point and a test for the company’s Android platform.
Now that Amazon and Barnes & Noble have announced their latest cheap tablets, it’s become clear that Google’s own offering, the Nexus 7, has a storage problem.
The $200 Nexus 7, which launched in July, comes with just 8 GB of …
The low-end of the tablet market keeps getting more interesting, as device makers scramble to lure people in with cheap hardware.
The latest move comes from Barnes & Noble, which over the weekend slashed prices across its Nook …
I’d be lying if I said my decision to attend Google’s I/O conference last month had nothing to do with the tablet rumors. I’ve been waiting for a good, affordable 7-inch tablet ever since Samsung pioneered the concept with its …