Google Nexus announcements
Despite nixing its New York press conference due to Hurricane Sandy, Google slogged forward with its planned Nexus announcements on Monday with three new hardware announcements. The company unveiled the long-rumored Nexus 4 smartphone, a lightly refreshed Nexus 7 tablet, and the new Nexus 10 tablet, which bests the latest iPad on resolution. All three will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which includes new features like a 360-degree panorama mode, gesture typing and a more advanced Google Now.
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