Google's Android and Chrome Summer Fiesta
Google was quiet about Android and Chrome at its I/O developer conference this year, but it has made up for it. A summer surprise, we got a new Nexus 7, Android 4.3, and an interesting new take on the Nexus Q called Chromecast. Our complete coverage of all three products, and the entire event, is here.
Google unveiled the Chromecast yesterday, a small dongle you plug into your HDTV's HDMI port that allows you to stream content from any device, be it a tablet, laptop, or smartphone running on Windows, OS X, iOS, or Chrome, right to your TV. Here's what you…
Google's new Chromecast can't do a lot yet, but at $35, it's already worth the investment. Could this small, cheap HDMI dongle revolutionize the TV set-top box market?
Google has announced a new Google Play Games app, allowing players to track achievements, leaderboards, friends, and more.
Hit the jump to check out google's new video streaming stick that plugs into your TV's HDMI port and lets you to sling…
The second edition of the Nexus 7 was announced today. How does it stack up against the top tablet competition? We take a look with a spec showdown. Find out how the Nexus 7 (2013) compares to the iPad Mini and Galaxy Tab 3 7.0.
Google has announced the latest version of its mobile OS at an event in San Francisco. Android 4.3 continues with the evolution of Android Jelly Bean, and contains to interesting new features including tighter parental controls for family tablets.
Best Buy leaked it early and then Google finally made it official: the second generation Nexus 7 is here. The 7-inch Android tablet to beat is thinner, lighter, and more drool-worthy. Will it make the iPad Mini nervous?
Google is holding an event on July 24, the contents of which are currently a mystery, however based on existing talk and rumor reports, we could see the launch of a new Nexus 7 tablet and Android 4.3.