Google to roll out Nexus 7 to run upcoming Jelly Bean
In 2008, when the Eee PC was revolutionizing the computing world and driving every manufacturer to make cheaper and smaller laptops, Sony washed its.
In a partnership with Asus, the company is hoping to grab a slice of a rapidly growing market, and I've spent a few days playing around with its offering – the Nexus 7. I'm not going to bore you with you ridiculous unboxing videos or photos, and I'm
Google has made it official: the search giant launched the Nexus 7, a powerful and affordable 7-inch tablet running the new Android Jelly Bean 4.1 operating system, powered by NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC (system-on-chip) and made by ASUS. The highly 
For the past day and a half, I've been trying out Google's Nexus 7 tablet, which was announced and initially distributed at the Google I/O developer conference. I'm not going to give a full review, but I'll share some of my initial impressions.
Initial approval doesn't preclude a wish list: Its tight integration with Google Play can't match Amazon's content selection and price for the competing Kindle Fire.