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Google Nexus devices with out LTE technology:Smart Google strategy

google strategy

Nexus products from Google have become very popular as we all know about it but what we don’t know is the strategy of Google behind some of the measures Google take to get maximum benefit out of its latest tablet and smart phones of Nexus brand.Whether you talk about nexus smart phone or the tablet with nexus brand labelled on it you will find one weird thing that what is the wisdom behind not including the LTE option in  such a modern specification smart phone.Instead if you look at the Nexus tablet here you will also see that the tablet is equipped with the latest hardware  however there are not too many applications for it which is really surprising too.John Lagerling ,Google director of business development in an interview has done a brief discussion about how Google approach to this new series of Nexus Read the rest of this entry

Android 4.2 security features: Your Google devices are much more safe now

Android the latest operating system ha got so much attention from all over the world and the questions raise inquiring about the security of Android 4.2 jelly bean.The answer is yes Android 4.2 is launching having inside it the more advanced security system embedded.I must say Google has very well anticipated the requirement of more powerful security system as the attack from numerous villainous apps like viruses, Trojans were on the increase. Read the rest of this entry

Samsung Google Nexus 10 vs Updated Sony Xperia Tablet S 3g:comparison

nexus 10 vs xperia tablet s

Google Nexus 10 is the tablet brought by Google Samsung partnership and looks a real promising one to compete with the best in the business like iPad4,Xperia Tablet S.Xperia Tablet S reputation is hugely effected by the problem of having gaps between the display and chassis but now it is re-manufactured and Sony is claiming that no further such issues will occur as they have worked out and fixed the problem. Xperia Tablet S will hit the shelves in the middle of November. Read the rest of this entry

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