Nexus 7 is just making it to buyers hands, barely a week old, and we're already starting to talk about its successor. What's going on here? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills. ASUS and Google built a stunning tablet with both the first and now the second Nexus 7, but new reports today are claiming Google will opt for LG next year and drop ASUS.
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Android 4.3 last month and its eventual availability for Nexus devices, and indeed the upgrades did arrive as promised. But Nexus 4 users are discovering that upgrading to the latest iteration of Android might be more trouble than it's worth.
unveiled today. That being the new device with a little Google input known as the Moto X. While there's plenty to be excited about, and we truly are enjoying this phone, more details have surfaced about the price that has us a bit concerned. AT&T has confirmed the full outright off contract price will start at $575.
announced and released Android 4.3 Jelly Bean into the wild, and while there wasn't any major visual changes, they made plenty of tweaks under the hood. While everything is faster and smoother with the latest release, one of the changes has been causing issues for video players. Today VLC for Android quickly updated their app to solve those problems.
Nexus 4 surfaced running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and along with it came a brand new Google Play Store version 4.2.3 for us to check out. The Android 4.3 ROM is available now, and we've also got the latest Store available for download below for those interested. Read on for more details.
event planned for next week. That event is scheduled for July 24th and speculation is pointing towards an official unveiling of Android 4.3 and the Nexus 7 2. We have seen plenty of rumor and speculation about both items recently, however it looks like the former has been leaked. Yes, Android 4.3 has leaked and the build is available for the Nexus 4.
Moto X, it looks like we now have a true in-the-wild sighting. Though, given the circumstances this one can hardly be considered a leak. Instead what we have is Google's Eric Schmidt simply using the handset. These images come by way of the annual Allen & Co. conference and as you will see throughout this post -- are showing the Moto X in white.
recently Samsung, but the folks from TYLT offer our favorite. The TYLT Wireless charger doubles as a stand, and the entire platform will charge your device so you won't be fumbling for that perfect position to get a charge. Take a look below.
Google finally unveiled and released the rumored White LG Nexus 4 to the Google Play Store. Giving users an option other than the plain black we've been enjoying since last October. Sadly a new version of Android didn't come with it, but a white bumper case did. However, today both the 8 and 16GB White Nexus 4's are no longer available for sale.
Samsung. We reviewed their new Galaxy S 4 Active, and now we have the wireless charging dock available for some quick hands-on time. Samsung's charging kit you’re seeing here works with the Qi standard, just like many wireless chargers from Nokia, LG, and even the model for the Nexus 4. Samsung delivers a new battery cover to complete the task, so take a peek below.