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.