Orders of the 16GB £199 Google Nexus 7 tablet have been halted in the US and UK, after a surprising uptake of the 16GB over the 8GB model. For only £40 price difference, why wouldn’t you go for the bigger storage?
Microsoft has reported a $492 million loss in the three months leading to June, the first time that the computing giant has seen profits dive in its entire history. Elsewhere, Google continues to profit.
We don’t know too much about the Amazon Kindle Fire 2 at the moment, but it’s going have to be pretty special to beat Google’s Nexus 7. So how will the two devices compare?
Google’s employee no. 20 and head of location services Marissa Mayer leaves to head up embattled Yahoo and set the tech industry abuzz since the Yahoo tend to go through CEOs like tissue paper.
The Amazon Kindle Fire has had the low-end tablet market pretty much all to itself so far, but that is about the change with the Nexus 7. So how successful will Google’s tablet be?
Google gets its hands dirty improving what’s already great about Ice Cream Sandwich, tuning things up under the hood as it serves up its tastiest treat yet with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
While Amazon’s Kindle Fire showed what was possible from a $199 tablet, Google and hardware partner Asus are ready to show consumers the real deal with the Nexus 7. Find out more in our Expert Review!
Google has released the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean source code but it’s only available for two devices for now. Also, take a look some new screenshots from Google’s latest OS.
While being more of an upgrade to ICS than a fully-fledged new system, Android 4.0 Jelly Bean still offers plenty of decent new features. But what devices will be first?