Google is continuing its rapid update philosophy with Android 4.2.1, which was released alongside the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 recently. This is not a big update by any means but there are still some very interesting new features. And one major setback.
There have been many reviews about the official Asus case for the Nexus 7 by now, and most of them aren’t very positive. I have been looking for a long time to find a good case for the Nexus 7, ignoring the Asus travel case due to the bad reviews. And since I just couldn’t […]
Everybody has been waiting for a Nexus tablet ever since Google introduced Android Honeycomb alongside the Google experience Motorola Xoom tablet. Even though Google worked closely with Motorola to realize the Xoom, it wasn’t branded as Nexus device and it took Google more time than I expected to finally throw a real Nexus tablet on […]
Having used the Kindle Fire for some months now it’s time to evaluate how much sense it makes to get the latest Amazon tablet as a non-US customer. Since the major selling point of the Kindle Fire isn’t only the price tag but also easy access to all Amazon services i want to explain what […]
Amazon made a big impact by announcing the Kindle Fire 7 inch Android tablet for a extremely competitive 200$ pricetag. Prior to the Kindle Fire you could only find very low quality hardware from no-name Chinese companies. Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Asus, Acer and nearly all other important manufacturers released tablets which were as expensive as […]