Nexus 7 is finally available. Well, available to those in the US at the moment, while other regions were simply told "in the coming weeks" from Google's event last Wednesday. Google hasn't been very straight forward as to when other regions will be able to enjoy the new slate, as well as when we can expect to see those LTE models hit the street.
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Nexus 7 a few days early, Google's decided to join them. After initially confirming the new slate would go on sale July 30th, Google has surprised us all and opened all orders this afternoon. You can get the new Nexus 7 right now from Google Play.
LG G2 smartphone has been in the news a lot lately. Thanks to offering an impressive 5.2-inch display, being the first phone with Qualcomm's 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, and for the fact that the buttons are on the back and not the sides. We know it's going to be announced August 7th, but when will it hit the streets? Head on past the break to find out.
Nexus 7 and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, Google not only gave a quick demonstration on the highly anticipated Asphalt 8: Airborne game, but they quietly revealed the release date. All you gamers and racing fans will be happy to know the high octane title will hit Android on August 8th.
Nexus 7 2 that will likely be announced tomorrow at Google's little event in California has reportedly leaked once again. We've seen countless leaks for this tablet over the past few weeks, but today we're getting a look at the new slate in full retail packaging. The Nexus 7 2 has arrived at Staples, Best Buy, Office Max/Depot, as well as other locations outside the US, and it looks like some might be selling them a bit early.
Motorola and Google. The Moto X will be their first main push together, and until this moment we've seen leaks on everything from screen size, specs, customizations, and even Google's own Eric Schmidt carrying one around. However, we still don't know a price.
NVIDIA announced that their next-gen Tegra 4 powered Android gaming console, the NVIDIA SHIELD, will officially be released and start shipping on July 31st. After set to launch near the end of June, the company delayed their gaming device an entire month to make it perfect, and now it will finally hit shelves at the end of the month.
HTC One, when it launches months later than on all the other carriers, you'll be doing so with a slew of other smartphones readily available. Big Red will have multiple smartphones available packing large HD displays and 4G LTE, including those DROIDs but the HTC One is poised to handle it well.
Nexus 7 coming from the folks at ASUS and Google, today we might finally know the price. Hot on the heels of Google announcing an event scheduled for July 24th, we're now seeing inventory listings for the new Nexus 2 7-inch slate. And that's how it's being listed, as the Nexus 2 7".
Nexus 7 2 from ASUS and Google has been in the news a lot as of late, especially since it never saw the light of day at Google's I/O developer event earlier this year. After countless leaks, reports, and rumors, it's been spotted clearing multiple different certification processes as of late, and is slated to be announced later this month.