Google is returning to the off-contract, online strategy that it used with the Nexus One
The Nexus 10's display should be quite a bit sharper than the iPad's Retina Display
Hurricane Sandy didn't stop Google from moving ahead with its biggest announcements of 2012
Look out, Swype: stock Android now ships with its own trace keyboard
The Nexus 7 didn't change much, only adding more storage and a mobile data option
Though Hurricane Sandy forced Google to cancel today's event, its show went on nonetheless. The company announced (by a more low-key press release) the new Nexus 4 smartphone and the high-end Nexus 10 tablet. Also receiving updates were Android and the familiar Nexus 7.
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