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Rumor: Samsung and Google are Working Together on a New Nexus 10
July 26, 2013 | 4:06 pm

Nexus 10By Hammad Saleem It's only been about 24 hours since Google unveiled its new Nexus 7 tablet, and already we have more spicy news to share with our readers. A new rumor suggests that Google and Samsung are working on a new version of the Google Nexus 10 tablet. The rumor comes from a Wall Street Journal reporter, Amir Efrati. He was told by Sundar Pichai that Google and the Korean giant are working together  on a Nexus 10 tablet, which will be released soon. According to Amir Efrati: Expect to see new 10-inch Nexus 10 Android tablet (made by @Samsung) in the near future,...

Nexus 10 Back in Google Play Store, Ships in Less Than One Week
January 3, 2013 | 10:00 am

  By Adrian Diaconescu | for Technology Tell Google’s Nexus devices have surely proven to be intensely popular, but narrowing it down to one thing that has been stopping people from buying the Nexus trio is its limited availability. The Nexus 7 has been the only device to keep up with the high demand, while the 10—and especially the 4—have been very rare sights. And while eBay sellers are “kind” enough to supply you with the goods whenever you need it for luxurious prices, it sort of defeats the purpose, since the Nexus 4 and 10 are very attractive because they’re so cheap. But fret not, ladies and...

Morning Links: How to Use Your New Tablet or E-Reader
December 27, 2012 | 9:30 am

How to read e-books on Android phones or Android tablets ( How To Load Up Your Kindle With Non-Amazon E-Books (The Consumerist) How to Read Kindle Books on a Nexus 7 Tablet (Slideshare) The Best Apps for Your New Nexus 7 (PC Advisor) Kindle Daily Deals: 20 best-selling adult and teen romances from Harlequin for $1.99 * * *    ...

John Lagerling on Google’s Nexus strategy
November 5, 2012 | 8:53 pm

Google Android director of business development John LagerlingLast Friday, the New York  Times' Bits blog ran an interesting Q&A-style interview with John Lagerling, Google's Android director of business development, "about the company's strategy with the Nexus brand, one that revolves around lower prices," as the interview's intro explains. Lagerling, as it happens, was involved with negotiating the new Nexus line's decidedly low price points. "Basically," he says, referring to the Nexus 4, "we felt that we wanted to prove you don’t have to charge $600 to deliver a phone that has the latest-generation technologies." Regarding the low price of the new Nexus 7, he says this: "For Nexus 7, we were able...

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