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Nexus 7 gets overclocked to 1.64 GHz all thanks to Trinity Kernel

Nexus 7 gets overclocked to 1.64 GHz all thanks to Trinity Kernel

The Nexus 7 is Google and ASUS’s latest (and cheapest) 7-inch tablet running the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean build. The NVIDIA Tegra 3 it’s rocking is known to be very powerful and fast, but now it’s even faster with a new kernel from Morfic, the Trinity Seven. This new  kernel provides a lot of backend improvements compared to the stock kernel the Nexus 7 ships with by default including ... »

Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet with S Pen

Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet with S Pen

The wait is now over. Samsung has just released some new details about its upcoming tablet named Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1; based on the Galaxy Note smartphone model. Finally, the Korean company tells more about the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. As every one is thinking, the tablet comes with 10.1 display with 1280×800 resolution, an S Pen to provide an endless possibilities of creativity as Sams... »

Official Nexus 7 Accessories Announced

Official Nexus 7 Accessories Announced

I’m currently sat at my desk in work, with my shiny new Nexus 7 winking at me and begging to be used – but I don’t really like to take it out of my bag when I’m out and about for fear of damaging it. At the moment, I have a cheap (but pretty good) folio case from Amazon along with a screen protector on the screen. So, like many others I imagine, I am really looking forward ... »

ICS now runs on 15.9 percent of all devices, Jellybean only at 0.8 after 3 weeks

ICS now runs on 15.9 percent of all devices, Jellybean only at 0.8 after 3 weeks

Hugo Barra on stage announcing Android 4.1 Jellybean at Google I/O  Only a month ago, Google had updated the Android Distribution chart to list ICS installs at 10.9%. Now three weeks after the official release of Android 4.1 Jellybean, Google has once again updated the chart, revealing that Android 4.0 (up 5 percent) now powers 15.9% of Android devices and Jellybean at 0.8%.   Unfortunately,... »

Samsung preparing to release an 11.8 inch tablet according to court documents

The Apple vs. Samsung patent trial has been constantly revealing information regarding prototypes and the like. Now, the court documents from the trial reveal that Samsung is looking forward to release a massive 11.8 inch tablet with its codename being “P10” and it’s expected release date in “2012”. It is expected to be coming with LTE connectivity and an absolutely insane WQXGA (2560 x ... »

One Week With Only My Tablet

One Week With Only My Tablet

Guest author Mike Stone recently wrote about his experiences of using only his tablet whilst on holiday. So, that got me thinking, I wonder how I would get on using only my tablet for a whole week? I received my shiny new Google Nexus 7 last week so this seemed like the perfect time to try it out. So for the next week, I will be using only my tablet whilst at home. I obviously can’t use my t... »

Nokia Claims the Nexus 7 Infringes Patents

After the Nexus 7 was announced on June 27th, it didn’t take long for the buzzards to start circling. Almost right away, Nokia claimed that the Nexus 7 violated patents that it owned. A Nokia spokesperson said, “Nokia has more than 40 licensees, mainly for its standards essential patent portfolio, including most of the mobile device manufacturers. Neither Google nor Asus is licensed un... »

How Will the Microsoft Surface Tablet Shape Up (and will it be better than the iPad)?

This is a guest post by Laura Kay; a researcher and blogger for Melbourne Server Hosting. There is yet another competitor for the iPad throne: the Microsoft Surface. This Microsoft tablet—yes, Microsoft. Not Dell, HP or Compaq—is one of the first tablets made to run Windows 8. While there seems to be a rallying cry among the Microsoft faithful, does this tablet really have what it takes to bea... »

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