If you held off on a new tablet last year, now is the perfect time to upgrade.
The iPad may have lost the tablet wars to an army of Android tabs, but it’s still first in people’s hearts. Second place, however, belongs to a somewhat unlikely candidate.
It’s all about balance in the ecosystem.
Which, of course, means Google on top, and all the other partners equally hungry, equally scrappy, and relatively equally powerless.
As much as I love the iPad Mini, its low-resolution display is aging terribly as just about every new phone and tablet sports high 1080p resolutions.
Google claims that over 1,000 games integrated Google Play Game Services since its launch two months ago.
We compared the 2012 and 2013 models of the Nexus 7 to see what’s changed. Our first impression: The screen is much, much nicer.
Netflix is the first video partner to begin offering high-definition video at 1080p resolution on the Android platform, Google announced at a press event today.
Android chief Hugo Barra (pictured above) said the new device, which is built by Asus, will also feature front (1.2MP) and rear (5MP) cameras, 2 gigabytes of RAM, and a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor (for better gaming experiences).
Who says Android tablets are dead?
Best Buy just couldn’t wait until Google officially announced its new Nexus 7 Android tablet.
Pictures of the next generation of Google’s popular Nexus 7 tablet have leaked to the web and the launch of the device is coming soon,
Microsoft’s next round of Surface slates may include a competitor to the iPad Mini and Kindle Fire.
As we near the Nexus 7′s first birthday, chatter is building about the tablet’s potential successor.
Canonical is serious about its “one OS, all devices” strategy.
Looks like the iPad may not be the tablet titan we all thought it was. The cheaper-but-still-nice Nexus 7 tablet has overtaken the iPad in Japan.
Vizio is making a splash with tablets at this year’s CES.
While 2012 didn’t have any single products that were as exciting as when we saw the iPad or iPhone for the first time, I have a feeling we’ll look back at this year as a turning point.
The new Google News layout for iPads and Android tablets is cleaner and more gesture-friendly.
Editor’s Pick If you’re looking for something special to give this year, can we recommend a tablet? Here are our picks for the best of the best.
Would you start subscribing to a paywalled newspaper again if they offered to sell you a brand new 7-inch tablet for about $75?
How can an iPad that’s slower than its predecessors be fantastic? It’s all about size and convenience.
The iPad mini was released today, and while many of you are taking your precious devices home to a safe place, some people actually know what time it is. Time to smash some tablets.
Google and Asus are putting up some impressive Nexus 7 sales numbers, but the imminent launch of the iPad mini will make them tough to maintain.
Google is updating its Nexus 7 tablet more storage and support for mobile networks.
Guest Post After years of disparaging 7-inch tablets, Apple changed course. What does the company hope to gain? The answer is market segmentation — and putting even more pressure on its competitors’ profit margins.
Apple claims that the iPad mini is the best 7-inch tablet in the world. Are they right? We take a look at it versus the competition.
We’ve already seen that older versions of iPads hit the auction block at re-sale sites when new versions are rumored. But this time it’s not just iPads.
If you’re planning to buy one of Google’s signature Nexus 7 tablets, you might want to hold off for a while.
When it comes to tablet engagement, it seems like smaller devices lead to big gains.
Google is planning a 10-inch Nexus tablet that will have a higher pixel density than Apple’s iPad, Cnet reports.
After many rumors and leaks, we thought Apple might launch its supposed “iPad mini” today alongside the iPhone 5. But today’s event was crowded with the new iPhone, updated iPods, and a new version of iTunes. So when can we expect the iPad mini?
If you had your heart set on a larger version of Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet, you’ll have to sit tight for a bit long. Instead of taking on the iPad directly with a 10-inch tablet, Amazon is currently planning to announce two 7-inch Kindle Fire models at its media event next week, CNet reports.
With Google continuing its push into digital media sales, it was only a matter of time before Google Play made its way to physical retail stores’ gift card racks.
Sony signs up new partners to expand PlayStation Mobile games to tablets that don’t carry the Japanese media giant’s name.
You’ve set up your Nexus 7 as the perfect productivity device. Now start playing with five must-have Android games.