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The thing about tables like the Nexus 7, Kindle Fire, and iPad is that you're generally stuck with whatever internal storage exists, save for cloud computing and external add-ons. For that reason, early Nexus 7 owners proved ahead of the savvy-buyer curve and quickly deplete Google of its inventory of 16GB tablets, leaving other potential Nexus 7 shoppers with having to decide between picking up the 8GB model or waiting indefinitely for more 16GB models to come back in stock. Those who chose the latter had no ETA to work with, but lo and behold, more 16GB Nexus 7 devices are ready to ship out. Google Play now lists the larger capacity model as being 'In Stock' with delivery estimated at 3-5 business... Read more...
The unfortunate truth in mobile is that it's not uncommon for handheld devices to sport non-upgradeable internal storage, a trait that's embraced by Apple and seems to be catching on with low-cost Android devices. To wit, neither Amazon's Kindle Fire or Google's Asus-built Nexus 7 tablet sport expandable storage options, which means it's imperative to choose the proper amount at the outset. Nexus 7 buyers are apparently ahead of the curve in this regard and have gobbled up Google's entire stock of 16GB Nexus 7 tablets. The 16GB model, which sells for $249 on Google Play, is currently sold out without an ETA on when more inventory will be available. Google simply slapped a "Coming Soon" tag on... Read more...
Google just announced a new Devices section for its Google Play web store. With this new section comes the ability to buy the Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ directly from Google. That's right, folks, if you've been waiting to get your hands on this smartphone, you can quickly and easily pick one up directly from Google rather than importing it from overseas. The 16GB version of the smartphone sells for $399 and is completely contract free and unlocked. With its HSPA+ radio, the phone will work with T-Mobile and AT&T's networks here in the U.S. Galaxy Nexus now on sale in Google Play We started shipping Nexus phones more than two years ago to give you a pure Google experience and access to the latest... Read more...
For those of you who haven't experienced the awesome addiction of Temple Run, it's clear you don't own an Apple device. You've been missing out on one of those rare games that's utterly simple to play but constantly has you promising yourself, "Okay, I'll give it just one more shot," which quickly turns into a dozen more tries and another half hour gone from your day. Well, Android fans, now's your chance to see what all the fuss is about. Imangi Studios today announced that Temple Run is now available on select Android devices. It's a free download via Google Play (still feels funny not to say Android Market), and though there are in-app purchases, if you play enough times -- and you will --... Read more...
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