Numerous reports emerged on user forums about faulty multi-touch functionality on the Nexus 7 (2013). Google is “aware of this issue and investigating”.
This week, the LG G2 landed, JBQ vented his Qualcomm-induced frustrations, ADM rolled out to users, Samsung asked us to save the date for the Note 3, while Motorola criticized competitors for not being “truly smart”. To top it off: Nexus rumors! It was a busy summer week, so let’s get to it!
Earlier today, Asus held a presentation in France where it discussed the company’s strategy for the month’s ahead. During the presentation their slides revealed several upcoming Asus devices that previously were unheard of.
A growing number of users are taking to online forums to complain about flaky Nexus 7 (2013) GPS functionality. Google is reportedly looking into the issue.
According to “multiple sources” cited by Geek.com, the next generation of the Nexus 10 will be manufactured by Asus, not Samsung.
The Nexus 7 2013 will soon be available to buy in Europe, and more specifically Italy, according to a press release sent by ASUS.
The Nexus 7 (2013) is finally available, and it’s already showing some fierce competition after rapidly becoming the number one seller on Amazon! Just how big of an upgrade is this tablet over last year’s Nexus 7, though? Find out in our review.
The next big step for Asus is a bold entry into the competitive smartphone market in the U.S., according to an interview with All Things D.
The 16GB Nexus 7 (2013) has now arrived to Future Shop, Best Buy, Staples and other Canadian retailers for the price of $249! Unfortunately, the current supply is limited, making it hard to actually get your hands on the tablet.
After the mention of LTE support for the European versions of the Nexus 7 (2013) was removed from Google’s website over the weekend, the reference is now present again.