The Nexus Q landed from Google last week and it’s main competitor looks set to be Apple TV. But is this one battle that Google can win? We find out in our head-to-head.
Just days after the Google Nexus 7 release date was unveiled, Nokia have suggested the Asus made tablet infringes on a number of its patents. Can’t they all just get along!?
Anyone who attended the Google I/O conference last week not only got to see the Nexus 7 tablet but also a first look at Project Glass, an exciting new development by the US tech giant.
The Galaxy S3, Samsung’s flagship device, has been going down a storm since its release earlier this year, and is rumoured to be upgraded to run Jelly Bean before the end of the year.
Google has made a raft of announcements this week at its I/O developers’ conference including the Nexus 7 tablet, Chrome for iPad and Android Jelly Bean.
with over four hundred million mobile devices using the Android OS, any new version release is big news. So what new features can we expect in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean?
Not only did we get the Nexus 7 tablet but Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin also showed us the first real glance at the heavily anticipated Google Project Glass. And what a spectacle it was!
The Google Nexus 7 tablet is due to go on sale here in the UK next month but how does it compare with the king of the cut-price tablet, the Kindle Fire and which one should you buy?
As Google get ready to announce the long awaited Nexus tablet, here’s 10 Things you need to know from rival Microsoft’s big Windows Phone 8 and Surface tablet launches.
Google’s annual I/O conference is due to get underway tomorrow, with this year’s event set to be one of the biggest and best we’ve ever seen. Google TV, Android Jelly Bean, a Nexus Tablet and more…