Popular Google Articles for 2013
The second-generation Google Nexus 7 is out, and we put the new flagship 7-inch Android tablet through its paces. Don't miss it!
Android 4.3 could show up in June or July. The upgrade looks likely to be minor, keeping new Google apps and services outside of the OS so users won't need[...]
Although the recently-introduced Android 4.4 (KitKat) has little to offer current tablets, many users of these devices are still going to want this update. Fortunately, there's good news for the[...]
If you've been wishing your Google Nexus tablet could run the Ubuntu version of Linux, your wish has been granted. A preview version of Ubuntu Touch can now be[...]
Large numbers of consumers are switching to tablets as their main computer, according to market-research firm Gartner. And the analysts say this isn't a temporary blip, but a long-term trend.
Windows Emulator WINE is coming to Google's Android operating system. The app will allow users to run Windows-based applications on their tablets and smartphones.
Most Android software is designed to run on smartphone screens. Google Play has now been modified so tablet users can more easily locate apps that are optimized for larger displays.[...]
Google is expected to unveil the latest version of its tablet OS soon. Fortunately for the impatient, some of the details of Android 4.4 (KitKat) have leaked out already.
Samsung designed and manufactured the first Nexus 10 for Google, but Asus might make the second version.
Six months after its release, the Nexus 7 from Google is finally getting an official docking station made by Asus, which is the manufacturer behind the hardware of the popular[...]
The Google Nexus 7 has been out for a year now, and a replacement is widely expected to be coming soon. An unconfirmed report says this will be out at[...]
With the original Google Nexus 10 almost a year old, a replacement is widely expected to be coming soon. And now there's fresh evidence to support this theory.
Google has just taken the wraps off an updated edition of the Nexus 7 tablet. This will offer upgrades to a range of features: screen resolution, processor, and more.
The keynote address for Google I/O came and went yesterday without any mention of a replacement for the aging Google Nexus 7. An unconfirmed report today says the updated model[...]
HP will soon release its first tablet running Google Android. The device, unveiled at MWC today, will have a 7-inch display and a remarkably low price of $170.
Samsung has opened its own software store, dubbed Samsung Apps, to counter Apple's App Store and Google Play. The store is part of Samsung's new Content & Services site.
In replacing Andy Rubin, Google is making peace with device makers, and it could be heading toward a single OS for phones, tablets and PCs, some analysts say.
Sprint is now offering an Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. New features range from Google Now to easier widget interaction.
The newly-released Google Cloud Print app enables a wide range of Android-based tablets and smartphones to send print jobs to a wide array of printers.
Facing competition from web browsers like Opera and Google Chrome, Mozilla has released a new version of its Firefox browser for Android, Windows, Mac and Linux.