Nexus 7 and the much-rumored next-generation Kindle Fire could make things a little more exciting for Apple’s future tablets.
Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is reportedly selling close to 1 million units a month, making it a rising Apple iPad competitor.
Google unveiled the Nexus 4 smartphone, an upgraded Nexus 7, and the new (and bigger) Nexus 10.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD, Nexus 7, and Microsoft Surface are all battling Apple’s iPad for a piece of the tablet market.
Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD boasts a low price that could threaten Google’s Nexus 7 and Microsoft’s upcoming Surface, according to an analyst.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire is “sold out,” according to the retailer. That adds weight to rumors that a new version is imminent.
Amazon could reveal an updated Kindle Fire (or two) at its Sept. 6 event in Santa Monica.
Apple is developing a 7.85-inch tablet to take on Google’s Nexus 7 and similarly sized touch-screens, according to reports.
Microsoft’s Surface and Google’s Nexus 7 symbolize both companies’ attempts at exerting more control over their branding.
Google’s Nexus 7 aims to not only overtake Amazon’s Kindle Fire, but make a definitive statement about Android.