Just a little while ago, we told you that Google is arranging an event on July 24 where we might see the Moto X, Android 4.3 and probably the sequel
If true, the tablet will be faster and feature a higher resolution display, rear camera, and more.
Sources claim the tablet will focus more on mid-range price point this time around.
ASUS formally announced on Monday that it will soon begin offering the NVIDIA Tegra 4-powered Transformer Pad Infinity. Indeed, the quad-core tablet/notebook hybrid will be among the most powerful devices on
Asus is cooking up something potentially Android-related and has started teasing it online. A new video called “We Transform” (embedded below) doesn’t spell out any clues or details but, rather,
Earlier this year, ASUS introduced the $150 Android tablet known as ASUS MeMO Pad. Today, the tablet lands in the USA as one of the More inexpensive tablets around. Don’t be
ASUS will reportedly introduce a low cost 7-inch Android tablet in the second quarter, advises Bulgarian tech site Tablet.bg. How low cost? Well, the phrase “ultra-budget” is being tossed around
Google may turn to Qualcomm as the chipmaker of choice for the next-generation Nexus 7, reports Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnel. Citing supply chain issues and competitive pricing, Google could be leaving
ASUS yesterday announced a budget-friendly 7-inch Android tablet, the $150 MeMO Pad. Looking remarkably similar to the Nexus 7 on the surface, the difference is found under the hood. Perhaps
ASUS, who’s really been getting their feet wet in the Android-sphere lately, has now announced the ASUS Qube, a Google TV device. While the details are yet to come, what
We’ve been waiting and waiting, and it seems like we’ve got solid news that the ASUS Nexus 7 dock is coming to both the states and Europe this month. According
New details for an Asus ME172V suggest we should soon be in for a low-cost 7-inch Android tablet. Specifications, as obtained by Notebook Italia, are said to include a 7-inch 1024
Back in September, we reported that Google and ASUS are working on a $100 version of the Google Nexus 7, and then again in October, there were still reports floating