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Get Andoid 4.1 Jelly Bean For Galaxy Nexus

You can manually install Android 4.1 on Galaxy Nexus. The regular OTA update is coming next month.

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Google Nexus 7 Singes Kindle Fire

Google flaunts new products like the Nexus 7 tablet and Android 4.1, and gives developers a chance to try Project Glass. [Read more]...

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The Google Nexus Tablet: The Top 6 Must-Have Features

Google I/O is nearly upon us, and all signs point to Google revealing a tablet later today. The device leaked and then over the last few hours several high-level sources confirmed the device’s existence. It’s likely a low-end, 7-inch tablet powered by Google’s latest mobile operating system, Jelly Bean. Try as they might, Google has yet to deliver an answer to the iPad. Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich tablets were a flop save, and it’s devices like the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet that have managed to make an impact though they hide their Android underpinnings beneath custom user interfaces. 

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HP releases "Community Edition" of webOS as open source

In preparation for the release of Open webOS 1.0, HP and WebOS Internals have released the last essential components of the webOS 3.0.5 source code for the TouchPad as a "Community Edition"...

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Reuters: Asus Exec Confirms Google Will Announce a Tablet Today

Earlier this week a leak prompted rumours to circulate suggesting that Google's hotly anticipated tablet would be announced today. Now, Reuters is reporting that an unnamed Asustek executive has confirmed that to be the case. More »...

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