In case you happen to own Google’s latest Android tablet, the Samsung-made Nexus 10, then you may be interested in some official accessories for it. Unfortunately, you’re out of luck if you’re looking for them either from Samsung or Google.
Google Nexus 10 owners, do you wish there was an easier way to charge your tablet? Your wish may be coming true, by way of the recently leaked Pogo charger. Using magnetic force, the charger is said to work in a similar manner to a MagSafe connector.
Data from advertising company Chitika indicates that Nexus tablets only account for less than 1% of web traffic. The company actually tried to compare use between Nexus tablets and the Microsoft surface, and the figures barely scratch the surface, so to speak. Traffic from Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 were at 0.91%, while Surface accounted for only 0.13%.
Which test pits all the important tablets in battery life face-off, it’s not looking good for Android
What are the first few things you look for when you want to buy a tablet? The answer definitely depends on each one’s preferences, tastes and needs, but a few factors will certainly play a major role in all of your decisions – screen quality, performance and battery life.
CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies now available for Nexus 10
So you've unlocked and rooted your Nexus 10, but you're thinking you need more. If that previous sentence describes you, you'll be happy to know that the first CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies are now available for your Nexus 10.
Google posts Android 4.2.1 factory images for Nexus 4, 7, and 10 — Galaxy Nexus too
November has been a rather busy month for Google. After rolling out the Android 4.2.1 software update to the trio Nexus devices – the Nexus 4, 7 and 10 – earlier in the week, the software giant then pushed out the same Jelly Bean update to the GSM Galaxy Nexus. Now, you can find the Android 4.2.1 factory images for the devices on Google’s website.
Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 new buyers, remember to get your free Google Play content
The next line of Nexus devices has arrived - and the big gun in the arsenal, the Nexus 10, brings affordable power with Jelly Bean 4.2. But how does it fare against the competition and, more importantly, it's little sibling, the Nexus 7?