Google's latest tablet has been cracked open and had its innards played about with, for our viewing pleasure.
An alleged product info photo of the successor to Google's Nexus 7 highlights Android 4.3 and dual cameras among the new features.
Ahead of a mysterious event next week with a Google Android exec, Android Central leaks images and video said to be of the next generation of the pure Android tablet.
There are no current plans to roll out the 5-inch, 1080p smartphone worldwide.
You can pick up a Qualcomm quad-core tablet if you're willing to drop $1,300. It's probably a safe bet that only developers will do that.
iFixit's teardown of the 2013 Nexus 7 uncovers the hardware that supports wireless charging -- the first time the repair site has seen this on a tablet.
After releasing the world's thinnest smartphone, the Chinese company's CEO says the Oppo Find 5 will feature a 5-inch screen with a whopping 441 pixels per inch.
Here's a glimpse at the kind of features future Android smart phones will be offering, courtesy of tech announcements by Qualcomm and Oovoo at Mobile World Congress today.
Qualcomm Atheros announces its extensive support for the upcoming 802.11ac wireless networking standard.
Details of Qualcomm's next generation Snapdragon processor have leaked, with claims that it will be 5x faster than previous versions and deliver "console quality gaming".