Google Nexus 7 tablet, and we have to admit that such talk has us quite excited. Just yesterday, one lucky Japanese customer was sent a 32GB Nexus 7 instead of the 16GB variant he actually ordered, which more or less confirms that Google has this new model hiding up its sleeve. However, the arrival of the 32GB Nexus 7 may mean that the 16GB version is going bye-bye, at least according to a new image sent to Phandroid by an industry insider.
Motorola XT907 for a couple of months now, but now we have a substantial amount of information on the phone. Engadget has posted a full list of specs and an image of the elusive device, saying that it will be dubbed the Motorola RAZR M 4G LTE when it launches at Verizon. As you can see from the image below, the phone looks pretty sleek, but will it have the power under the hood to deliver the goods? Read on to find out.
previous standard search update. There's some adjusted UI settings to take advantage of the larger form factor, most notably an infinite scroll feature that will continually load images as you flick the web page down. I gave it a try on my Galaxy Tab 8.9, with a subject that no one could object to.
Photoshop Mobile is a joke. It's not really an image editor as much as it's a tweaker, an app that's just about worth its free price tag and doesn't really live up to the Photoshop name. Now that tablets with the screen real estate and horsepower to take advantage of more traditional photo editing exist, Adobe wants to take advantage of them with Photoshop Touch for Honeycomb.