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Nexus 10

Though its sales haven't approached iPad levels, Google's Nexus 10 is a beast. It has the sharpest display of any tablet, one of the fastest mobile processors, and a US$400 starting price. But, impressive as its hardware is, the Nexus 10 isn't perfect. Google reportedly realizes this, and is ready to improve on its formula with a 2nd-gen Nexus 10. Read More
Having dealt with all the things you are not getting for Christmas this year, it's time to turn our attention to what Santa's elves have really been hammering away at. So from consumer favorites to clever innovations to quirky surprises, here's our selection of the top 10 things you CAN have for Christmas 2012. Read More
Apple has owned the 10-inch tablet market. Budget slates have done well on the low end, but other full-sized tablets have been utterly dominated by the iPad. Samsung, Google, and Microsoft hope to change that. Surface RT and Nexus 10 are the most compelling full-sized iPad challengers yet. How do they stack up? Read More
Tablets are everywhere. No matter where you turn this holiday shopping season, you'll see them. Apple's iPad is still in the driver's seat, but its field of competitors is rapidly growing. How do you sort through all the noise, and make the best purchase? Look no further than our 2012 Tablet Comparison Guide. Read More
Google is evolving. Though Android is still licensed to countless manufacturers, the company is stepping up production of its flagship Nexus products. The devices, close collaborations with hardware vendors to promote new versions of Android, have been multiplied in number. This year, Google has released (at least) one new Nexus smartphone, and two Nexus tablets. The higher-end of Google's tablets - the Nexus 10 - is designed to go toe-to-toe with the iPad. How does it compare to Apple's market-leading slate? Let's take a look … Read More
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. Read More
The Nexus 10 is coming. The Nexus 7's big brother hasn't been officially announced, but we've seen enough leaks to read the tea leaves. Though it doesn't offer much juicy information, a freshly-leaked product manual appears to seal the deal. Read More