We take a look at some of the best Nexus 7 (2013) cases, including, slim-fit and rugged cases, cases with keyboards, and more.
Lenovo has reported a substantial jump in in its fourth quarter profits, driven by a boost in tablet and smartphone shipments.
Fans of the Nexus 7 tablet that happen to also be Verizon customers are finally in business. Not only is Google pushing out the KVT49L update that will make your LTE capable Android 4.4.2 device compatible with Verizon’s network, but you can get the tablet right from Verizon starting today for $249 on a two year contract.
The Galaxy NotePRO 12.2, TabPRO 8.4 and TabPRO 10.1 ship today, but you will have to wait until March if you wanted the TabPRO 12.2. Just as promised last week when pre-orders opened, the devices are available from Samsung.com and from a number of retailers, both online and in brick-and-mortar stores.
Hardware specs for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 have leaked online, alongside rumors of an official unveiling with the Galaxy Gear 2 at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
A recent article by Zal Bilimoria, over at Re/code, boldly declares that “Our love affair with the tablet is over.” Is it true, are tablets on their way out? Join us in the discussion!
The Nexus 7 LTE is finally making its way to Verizon’s network. The tablet will not only be sold directly by Verizon, they will also activate the tablet on their network for existing owners.
Huawei Technologies has announced its plans to unveil a smartwatch, a new smartphone, and two new tablets at the Mobile World Congress later this month in Barcelona.
According to a new report, it looks like the Nexus 7 2013 is on its way to Verizon’s network, perhaps as early as February 13th.
If you are in the market for an excellent 7″ Android tablet, GroupOn has a limited time offer to get the original 32GB Nexus 7 for at least 40% off. The WiFi only version can be had for $149.99, while the unlocked, AT&T or T-Mobile compatible HSPA+ 3G model runs a mere $189.99.