Google Android Director Says Other 10-inch Tablets are “Overpriced and Underpowered”

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A New York Times interview with Google’s Android business development director John Lagerling has just surfaced that manages to ask several interesting questions about the Nexus line, particularly why the company is now coming in to the 10-inch tablet space. The answer? According to Langerling, they saw the current 10-inch category as underpriced and underpowered and believed they could bring something big to the table.

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Samsung Nexus 10 Might have a 64GB Version After All

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The Nexus 10 was originally announced to only sport 16GB and 32GB storage sizes with no way to expand beyond that. While this might be good enough for some consumers, what if you want and need more? The good news is that your wish might be coming true. Apparently a Korean press release on Samsung’s website also mentioned a 64GB version of the new Samsung Nexus 10. Since then, the image showing the 64GB model has been edited to remove its mention.

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Samsung Nexus 10 versus Apple iPad: Which is right for you?

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When it comes to 10-inch tablets, most consumers certainly think of iPad as the most powerful option out there. Sure, there are other high-end 10-inch tablets that are running on Android or Windows 8/RT, but they don’t have the display power of the Retina and probably aren’t as cutting-edge in processing and graphics as the newest 4th generation Apple iPad. This dynamic is now crashing down thanks to the newly announced Samsung Nexus 10.

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LG Nexus 4 officially announced

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For a long time now, we’ve been talking about the possibility of LG making a new Nexus device. With tons of leaked photos and other information, there was no denying it. We all expected to hear official word of the new smartphone today– until we found out that Hurricane Sandy resulted in Google canceling the event. Good news, they decided not to let this get in the way and unveiled the Nexus 4 through their blog instead.

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Google Street View Adds 250,000 Miles of Road

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Google Street View is certainly a cool idea. Not only can you get direct street views of many of the places that you are visiting, it is also fun from looking up old areas you used to live in or visit frequently. Just for fun, I’ve used it before to see places like the old family home I grew up in. With that in mind, Google has now unveiled a new update that makes their service even better.

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Google patent points to their own augmented-reality smartwatch

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Google wants to surround your entire body with tons of computing devices, it seems. First we have the smartphone, which Google already controls through Android. Next we have the Project Glass computerized glasses. It’s not enough to have a computer in your pocket (your phone, duh) and a computer in your glasses, now they want your wrist, too.

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App Review: YouTube for iOS

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The license agreement between Google and Apple for the Apple YouTube app could not have ended at a better time. With the coming of iOS 6, came the introduction of the new standalone Google YouTube app on September 11, 2012. There is no reason to be upset about this exchange either. The new YouTube includes […]

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Google’s Self-Driving Car Makes Its Way To California

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Google has shown us that the idea of a self-driving car isn’t so crazy after all. The Google driveless car has successfully been tested in Nevada, but now its California’s turn. Yesterday, California’s governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that makes driving self-driving vehicles on the roads legal. This legislation was needed in order for Google to begin testing.

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