Along with the official launch of Windows Phone 8, Google went ahead and launched details of its new Nexus devices despite Hurricane Sandy. Here’s everything you need to know about the new Nexus 4 smartphone, the new Nexus 10 tablet, price changes to the Nexus 7 and Android 4.2.
Here’s What’s New In Android 4.2
Along with a slew of new Nexus devices, Google has just announced Android 4.2, a new flavour of Jellybean. While it doesn’t merit a new name of its own, it does add quite a few neat new features. Here’s a rundown. More >> [clear]
The Nexus 7 Is Now Just $249 In Australia
Google just took the lid off a 32GB Nexus 7 tablet. It has also dropped the price of the 16GB model from $299 to $249 for Australian customers. The bigger 32GB version takes the $299 price tag, while the 8GB model has been pulled altogether. More >> [clear]
Nexus 10 Tablet: Everything You Need To Know
It’s been a long time, but it’s finally here. Google’s big answer to the iPad — the tablet that created an entire market — is here. And it’s bringing a better-than-retina screen, curves and serious speed. More >> [clear]
Google’s Nexus 4: Is This The Android Of Our Dreams?
Hurricane Sandy may have put a damper on Google’s big event today, but the long-rumoured (and leaked and found in a bar) Nexus 4 has finally, officially broken cover. As predicted, this thing looks like it might be the best Android phone yet. More >> [clear]
Leaked Nexus 4 Manual Reveals Wireless Charging
While numerous leaks have hinted at what we could have expected from the new Nexus phone at today’s cancelled Google event, the latest, from a Nexus 4 manual floating around online, brings two magic words with it: inductive charging. More >> [clear]