In the past, I/O has served as the launch pad for Google’s Nexus 7 tablet, the stage for Google’s skydiving demonstration of Google Glass, and has also traditionally been the place where Google unveils its new versions of Android.
Off the bat, I can thinking of things like the ability to find and install new apps, hardware not working on certain reference hardware (camera on Nexus 7 for example?), lots of missing features in existing apps, etc...
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Alleged second-gen Nexus 7 makes a short appearance in an official Google video
at the Google I/O conference. As you can see from the screenshot above the tablet on the left doesn’t look like the current Nexus 7 tablet. Its edges are a bit tapered and the bezel surrounding the display looks smaller. Here’s the video where the allegedly 5/20/13 from GSM Arena Read more »
Nexus 7 and bluetooth.
can't get my Nexus7 Bluetooth function to work.Pressing the Bluetooth icon doesn't work.I've followed the instructions on the help page,gone into settings and pressed 'ON'...but it doesn't work.Any suggestions. Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 5/20/13 from Digital Spy Read more »
Tired of Pen & Paper? Make the Switch to Digital Note-Taking on Your Nexus 7 Tablet
pens, and ink each month. Plus, if you have a stylus, you still get the benefits of writing longhand! Let's get this on our Nexus 7s now! SuperNote Pro is a free app made by ASUS that originally shipped on the ASUS Transformer tablet computer. In fact, it from Wonder How To Read more »
Hisense Sero 7 Pro Tablet leaks to take on the Nexus 7
7 this has a micro-SD slot. Oh and it also sports a mini-HDMI out port as well. Two things sorely missing from ASUS and Google’s Nexus 7. That isn’t all this has going for it either. The Hisense Sero 7 Pro not only runs on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean, but it from Slashgear Read more »
4 Investment Takeaways From Google I/O
existing products this week. Many observers may have been disappointed -- there was no new version of Android, no successor to the Nexus 7. Still, Google made a number of announcements that were otherwise significant. Although more subtle than a major product from Motley Fool Read more »