GottaBeMobile: The Nexus 7 packs in a powerful Tegra 3 Quad core processor perfect for playing beautiful looking action games, but the lack of a controller can ruin the experience.
Google has begun the global rollout of its brand new mobile operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop. Android Lollipop is the newest mobile operating system from the company which can also support 64 bit configurations. The most interesting and hyped about part of Android 5.0 Lollipop is the new Material Design, which we’ve seen on the Nexus 9 and Nexus 6. While everybody is cheering once the Android 5.0 Lollipop update hits their devices, there are constant bug reports flowing in to Google.
A couple of bugs and errors have already been found in the Android L Developer version. Read the article to know more about this.
ChipLoco: "The new Nexus 7 is a great little tablet, as we found out in our detailed review. But a few early buyers haven’t been going through the same experience we had with it. A few weeks ago we wrote about many users complaining about issues on their new Nexus 7 and its touch screen. There would be random ghost taps and the keyboard wouldn't respond the way it should to taps. Luckily Google was quick to respond to this issue."