Nexus 7

Next-generation Nexus 7 release tipped for July

Google's is expected to have the next-generation of the Nexus 7 tablet available beginning in July, however the other side to this story may the one that is slightly more interesting. That side is touching on the pricing, and assuming these latest reports prove to be accurate -- it looks like Google will have the Nexus 7 available for as little as $149.

ASUS rumored to preview new Nexus 7 in May, new phone in June

Rumor has it that ASUS is planning on showing off a couple of new devices in the coming months. After launching the ASUS FonePad in April, ASUS is said to be previewing the next generation of Nexus 7s in May (most likely at Google's I/O conference), and launching a brand new phone in June. The rumors come from sources who tipped off Digitimes. The rumors don't seem far from the truth, however, because we already know that Google plans on launching a successor to its current Nexus 7.

DirecTV launches Android tablet app, forgets to support the Nexus 7

Despite the fact that DirecTV has had an Android app available for some time now. And not even counting the bit about them having an app available for the iPhone and iPad -- they have finally released a tablet intended for Android users. The app, which is dubbed DirecTV for Tablets can be found in the Google Play Store, however some Android tablet users may not be able to use the app.

Nexus 7 reportedly sold around 4.6 million units

If you've been looking for some hard numbers regarding how many tablets ASUS and Google have sold of their popular Nexus 7, you won't have much luck. The folks from Google are pretty quiet when it comes to sales figures, and we still don't have any concrete details. Today however some analysts have reported that the slate has sold roughly 4.6 million units since hitting the market.

Android 4.2.2 update now arriving on Nexus devices

We had seen a few reports of Android 4.2.2 back in January, and even word a few days back suggesting the update was coming this month. Well, it now appears as if Google has begun rolling out v4.2.2 to the masses. And by masses, we mean those with a Nexus branded device. So far we have seen reports of users getting the update on the Nexus 7 and 10 tablets as well as the Nexus 4 and Galaxy Nexus smartphones.

Nexus devices seem to be having Wi-Fi issues on Android 4.2

Issue 40065, a seemingly simple sounding number, however for the more than 450 people that have starred the issue -- it apparently means poor Wi-Fi connectivity on their Nexus device. Or more specifically, on a Nexus device running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. This of course could include the Nexus 4 smartphone as well as the Nexus 7 and 10 tablets. The interesting part here, this thread was originally created back on November 20, 2012.