Rumour: HTC May be Making the Next Nexus Tablet

Well, it was hardly going to be Motorola now, amirite? A Taiwanese news report suggests that HTC will be following in the footsteps of ASUS and Samsung, delivering the next entry into the Nexus tablet line. Read More >>

A 2nd-Gen Nexus 7 Tablet is Your "Joining the Tablet Elite, on the Cheap" Deal of the Day

Do you fancy letting everyone know how sophisticated you are? Want to look like a clever news reader? Want to give everyone the impression you're actually a Swedish architect? Want to convince other humans that you're not someone who only goes online to jerk off and send sarcastic tweets to people? Read More >>

A Staggering 13 Million Tablets Were Sold in the UK During 2013

Consultancy firm Deloitte has issued some stats on the UK tablet scene, claiming that between 12 and 13 million of them were sold in the UK during 2013. This means that nearly half of the entire UK population now owns a tab of some sort, and we really should've bought some shares in Dixons two years ago. Read More >>

12 of the Best Nexus 7 Cases to Protect Your Mini Android Tablet

We loved the first 7-inch Nexus tablet, and the second iteration improved on that already-winning formula, as you can read in our review. There are plenty of cases on the market for the 2013 Nexus 7 so I've rounded up twelve, yes twelve! of the finest cases. Read More >>

The Best Small Tablet Display (Hint: It's Not the iPad Mini)

A new generation of mini 7 to 8-inch tablets from three of the major manufacturers has just completed with the belated launch of the Apple iPad mini with retina display. While the Kindle Fire HDX, Nexus 7, and new iPad mini all have improved displays over their previous year counterparts, only one truly stands out—as lagging significantly behind. Read More >>

A Nexus 7 For Under 100 Notes is Your "Oh, it's Last Year's Model?" Deal of the Day

Tablets, as gadgets go, are entirely pointless -- that's what makes them so brilliant. Sure, 1 per cent of us might use them at work, but everyone else wants or has one just because they're a bit fancy and needless. Just like breadmakers. Read More >>

Google's Nexus 8 Tablet May be Sitting There in Plain View on its Android Site

A few rumours suggested Google might be planning an 8-inch Nexus tablet earlier this year, but nothing came of it. We got the new Nexus 7 and were happy about it. However, this pic may show the next slightly bigger thing being used by a Google promotional person. Nexus 8, anyone? Read More >>

Buy a Nexus 5 Smartphone and Get a Nexus 7 Tablet For Free

That's the deal on offer from Carphone Warehouse to the first 1,000 customers to grab the brand new Android 4.4 KitKat smartphone. To be eligible for the promotion you need to sign up for a 4G contract with the Nexus 5 through, with O2's 4G offering sitting at £37 a month for unlimited calls and texts and 2GB of data. Read More >>

Someone, Somewhere Is Buying LG Tablets as Sales Rise

Its TV arm may be pulling its hair out over news of a 7 per cent slump in sales, but LG's mobile division will be cracking open the bubbly after revealing  a 24 per cent rise in mobile device sales. Read More >>

The Retina iPad Mini vs the Competition

So you've read all about it; but how does Apple's cute little tablet compare to the now-bloated small tablet category? We've crunched the numbers and stacked them all side-by-side, for your comparing pleasure. Read More >>

LG's 8.3-inch G Pad Costs £60 More Than the Nexus 7

LG's announced a price for that impressive-looking LG G Pad 8.3, with the larger-than-average Android tablet costing £259.99 when it hits the shops at the end of this month. Is a £60 premium over the Nexus 7 worth paying for an extra inch and a bit of display? Or is the threat of LG's dread software customisations too much to bear? [LG] Read More >>

A Gaming Flight-Sim Chair is Your "Look Daddy, I'm a Real Pilot" Deal of the Day

We all LOVE flight simulator games, right? But it's not quite as realistic as it could be when we're sitting on an office chair, sofa or bean bag while we're playing them. Read More >>

4G Nexus 7 Now Available For Your SIM-Swapping Superfast Tablet Dreams

The UK wing of Google's Play shop has started selling the LTE version of the Nexus 7, with the machine now yours for £299. The free shipping offer is still in place, so that's the price you pay for the 4G dream machine. Read More >>

New Nexus 7 Owners Still Noticing Touch Problems After Apparent "Fix" Update

Complaints from early adopters of the new Nexus 7 claimed the device's touchscreen was rather out of whack, with owners baffled by phantom extra presses registering while typing and making the tablet a bit of a nightmare to use. Google Issued a fix but... it doesn't seem to have fixed anything. Read More >>

Google UK Starts Selling its New Nexus 7, Nexus 4 Discounted to a Staggering £159

It's a big day for fans of Google-approved Android hardware, as the tech god has now started selling the 2013 edition Nexus 7 direct from its site. And seeing as you're there, why not chuck a hugely discounted Nexus 4 in your basket too? Read More >>

Don't Buy the New Nexus 7 Until it's Fixed, Says Consumer Site; We Fixed it, Says Google

The new Nexus 7 came in for a bit of stick from early buyers soon after it went on sale, with users moaning about the machine's shaky GPS connection and a rather over-sensitive touchscreen that registered rogue taps and made typing a chore. A new update from Google claims to have fixed it all. Read More >>


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