It's taken long enough, but Google's cell-equipped Nexus 7 tablets are finally getting a taste of Lollipop.
From delays in purchasing, higher costs, incompatible plans, & updates that never seem to arrive, here's why cellular-connected tablets are a horrible idea.
From factory resetting to enabling TRIM support, everyone wants to pull out every stop to speed up the Nexus 7. How about a custom kernel and F2Fs?
Find out which Nexus models are seeing their Ubuntu Touch support dry up.
Android 4.4 KitKat wasn't out very long before 4.4.1 was released. Now there's a new update and we have to ask, what is new in Android 4.4.2?
Tablets are great tools for entertainment and productivity on the go. Learn whether you should buy a small or full-sized tablet in this comparison!
Google's latest flagship has been out for a little while and includes wireless charging support. Which are the best Qi wireless chargers for the Nexus 5?
We all want to run the latest operating system, but sometimes they're so slow to arrive. Here's a list of Android 4.4 ROMs that may just work on your device
Whether you've got a Nexus 4, Galaxy Nexus, or even an original Nexus 7, to run the latest version of Android all you've got to go is Flash KitKat!
With 1080p smartphones, the Retina Display iPad, and the Nexus 10, why do 10-inch WXGA tablets still exist? Read our thoughts on recent Samsung tablets.
Rumors of a new Nexus 7 have been floating around for months now. Read to learn why the second-generation Nexus 7 will be a hit!
Google I/O is a developer’s conference; Yes, we know that. Still, Google…
The Ubuntu for Tablets developer preview went live yesterday, and Taylor shows how you can get Ubuntu up and running on your Nexus 7 in a few simple steps.
Watch as we look at Franco Kernel running on the Nexus 7, dig into some of its settings, and talk about the lag reduction and improved battery life that you'll get by installing this simple app.
Watch how to flash Android 4.2 on your Galaxy Nexus (GSM) or Nexus 7, and see some of the new features in action.
Read about how to get insane amounts of speed out of your Nexus 7 by flashing the Elite Kernel.
The Nexus 7, when designed, was thought out with a camera in mind (or Asus is re-using or planning on re-using the main board).
We thought we'd let all of our dear readers know what devices the Pocketnow Editors are carrying at the moment.
We are now seeing more reports of problems early adopters are experiencing with the hottest Android tablet of the moment; this time it's all about the backlight.
Finally, a company was bold enough to do it: kill the rear-facing camera on tablets, as the Nexus 7 only has a front-facing camera. The vast majority of tablet users don't use their rear-facing camera. Why? Because not only do tablets take horrible…