Google's popular Android Nexus 7 tablet is currently available in two iterations: 8 GB for $200 and 16GB for $250.
Google's Nexus 7 is currently one of the most popular Android tablets on the market.
Google's $200 Nexus 7 may have taken the Android tablet market by storm, but Mountain View clearly isn't finished yet.
A 3G-enabled Nexus 7 tablet makes perfect sense, especially with Amazon poised to refresh its Kindle Fire lineup in just a few days
The first tablet to get Google's official seal of approval has now been given the same stamp from HBO.
The talented devs over at XDA have managed to overclock a quad-core Google Nexus 7 tablet to a screaming 2.0 GHz using a specially coded "Elite Kernel."
Google's indigenously designed Nexus 7 tablet is all the rage for devs - much like Mountain View's Android OS which allows the community to code a never-ending stream of hacks, mods and tweaks.
Perhaps one of Google Android's top features is the operating system's open nature, which allows the developer community to code a never-ending stream of mods, hacks and tweaks.
Apple’s wildly popular iPad continued to dominate the highly lucrative tablet space in the second quarter of 2012 - capturing an impressive 68% of the global market.
I’ve been a Kindle user since Amazon's $199 tablet hit the market - and even found myself liking it more than Apple's iPad over the past 6 months.
Amazon appears to be planning a Kindle Fire onslaught.
The Nexus 7 tablet is so popular that Google has had to block all sales through its own online store.
Google's first officially-sanctioned tablet is selling like hotcakes.
Even at $199, Google stands to make a hefty profit on its new tablet device.
It looks like Google is making good on its promise to keep its newest device as up-to-date as possible.
It is being reported that the next iteration of Android, version 4.1, will be specially optimized for 7-inch tablets.
Apple's iPad Mini may have just been upgraded from rumor to fact.
Google's $199 Nexus 7 Android Jelly Bean tablet may boast some pretty sweet specs indeed. At this juncture, however, Mountain View is probably more focused on user experience - rather than expensive hardware.
Gamestop will add Google's newly announced tablet to its nascent roster of Android devices.
Google unveiled its long-awaited indigenously designed Nexus 7 tablet at I/O 2012 today in San Francisco, California.