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The hits keep coming today as Google has introduced its newest versions of the Nexus 7 tablet. As we’d come to expect over the last few weeks, the 16GB version
Not even a hurricane could stop it; Google has officially announced the Nexus 10, the Android 4.2 “super” tablet from Samsung. Arriving on November 13, the tablet runs the latest
A 32GB Nexus 7 was spied at an Office Depot over the weekend, adding more credibility to the rumors of it replacing the 16GB model. Priced at $249.99, the tablet
With but a few days left to go before Google takes to the stage to unveil some new Android goodies, it stands to reason that we’d get a decent last-minute
Shipments doubled year-over-year for the third quarter.
Contrary to what you might hear from hardware players, Google is still expected to deliver a $99 Nexus tablet before the year ends. According to a DigiTimes source, Google is
HTC, having failed to make any real impact on tablet sales in the United States, has decided to indefinitely shelve things. Calling their efforts (Flyer, Jestream) a “great learning experience”,
A new report out of research organization Pew Internet & American Life Project tells us that Android tablets have risen to 48 percent of U.S. market share. Moving from 15
What we liked: The stock Android 4.0 experience is always nice as it keeps us from too much bloatware or extra software touches that sometimes get in the way of
Oregon Scientific today introduced a new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet designed specifically with kids in mind. Called the MEEP! Tablet, it’s a 7-inch Wi-Fi device with a rugged
Few days ago, Sony finally announced the long awaited Sony Xperia Tablet S, which is yet another “sexy” addition by Sony to their Xperia line of Android devices. I am
Kobo, in what seems like a preemptive attack on Amazon and their next Kindle Fire, has announced a new 7-inch Android-based tablet. Called the Kobo Arc, it is the $200
HTC is rumored to dip their toes back into the Android tablet waters as word of a Flyer 2 have started circulating. According to an anonymous PhoneArena source, HTC is
The fellas over at The Verge have published a couple more photos of the presumed Kindle Fire 2, one of which shows Skype video calling. We noticed the camera in