“What is a Nexus device?” seems like a very strange question to ask on a site dedicated to all things Android, but that’s not entirely so!
We told you a few days back that the Nexus 7 dock will be making its way to stores in two weeks, but it looks like those in the UK will get to purchase one sooner.
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Some tablets, such as the Google Nexus 7, don’t have a rear camera. It only has a front camera that allows you to video chat on the tablet. But, in case you really need to take a picture or record video, you can still use the Nexus 7′s front camera as your main camera. XDA Developers member hillbeast has created a mod that allows you to record 720p video using the Nexus 7′s front camera. Sounds cool, huh? You can use the mod to improve video quality while chatting or when capturing a video. This mod works on any stock…
Still waiting for Asus to release the official docking station for the Nexus 7? Word has it that the dock will be released in Europe in about two weeks from now.
The still-unannounced Asus ME172V tablet has appeared in a Russian retailer’s web site. It rocks entry-level specs and Android 4.1, and can now be pre-ordered for about $225.
Where are all the cool accessories for the Nexus 7? At least, the official docking station for the N7 is almost here, as it finally goes up for pre-order.
Yes, this isn’t the first time we’re seeing this particular rumor out and about: Asus is either building a cheaper Nexus 7 version for Google, or it’s creating its own budget-friendly device – even cheaper than the most affordable Nexus 7 out there. But we have fresh news for you, with just a few weeks to go until CES 2013 kicks off.
Every year in the world of mobile tech there are a few eyebrow-raising moments. So what were the big shocks this year? Join us as we remember the unexpected twists and turns of 2012.
Everybody loves pioneers and road-openers, so you can imagine EE’s brave first UK venture into the high-speed 4G jungle has been welcomed mostly with excitement and enthusiasm.