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bit of an uproar in terms of Verizon Wireless support for the Nexus 7 LTE. While the tablet is technically capable of supporting the network, it seems Big Red is not willing and/or able to activate it in their system. It seem there will likely be more on the topic of Verizon, however things appear solid for those who are planning to pick up an LTE capable Nexus 7 for use with AT&T.
Nexus devices, Google has recently released the factory images and binaries for the Nexus 7 LTE tablet. These files are all available by way of the Google Developers pages and are listed as being for the "razorg" Nexus 7 2013 Mobile. The files are listed as being Android 4.3 and with build number JLS36C.
Samsung is going to be adding multi-user support to some of the Galaxy Tab 3 tablets. The Galaxy Tab 3 lineup includes the 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1 inch models and it appears as of the latter two will be getting multi-user support. The catch with this is that Samsung has yet to offer any confirmation or timeline.
Sony has unveiled their latest tablet, well, technically the latest variant of the Xperia Tablet Z. This one is dubbed the Kitchen Edition and will be arriving for tablet loving foodies that happen to be located in the US. This Xperia Tablet Z is being touted as the "perfect kitchen companion" and will be arriving with both hardware and software related goodies for those who prefer to spend time in the kitchen.
Motorola may be getting ready to build upon what they are currently doing with the Moto X. What we are seeing is coming by way of a brief conversation between Dennis Woodside and Engadget. The comments coming from Woodside brought talk of tablets and phablets, but seems to be circling around the design and technology of the Moto X.
Kindle Fire HD have slowly been leaking. There has been some talk of the tablet arriving with a MediaTek processor and also some talk of benchmarks. Today however brings a series of images that reveal a new exterior design. The pics have been shared by BGR and reveal what can only be described as an angular design.
Intel had a few interesting topics of discussion, one of which was Android tablets with prices below $100.
NVIDIA Tegra Tab as the tablet was spotted in an NCC filing earlier in the month. For those not familiar, the NCC is similar to the FCC, but for Taiwan. Regardless though, because the tablet has now been spotted in an FCC filing. And this time around we are getting some additional images of the tablet as well as some detail of the features.
Seagate has come forward with details on a 500GB hard drive designed for mobile devices. This would obviously mean much more available storage as compared to what we are seeing with flash storage at the moment and on top of that, Seagate has said this new drive will bring the "same power, performance and reliability of a flash device."