Ep. 1125: Exclusive report on the Google Nexus One Video
Jason Howell from TWiT TV joins us live as we get hands on with the Galaxy Nexus. We also take a look at a new nook, and ask what a dude thinks about his girl phone. All of that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly for November 2nd 2011.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Samsung's Galaxy Nexus is a little flimsy, but Ice Cream Sandwich sure is tasty; the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet offer readers true tablet functionality; and get to know Google Music.
It's a battle between two 7-inch tablets with their own ecosystems. The Barnes & Noble Nook HD gets updated with Google Play and Chrome, but is it enough to best Amazon's Kindle Fire HD?
Is the Barnes & Noble Nook HD a good gift idea for the reader in your life? Molly Wood unwraps the 7-inch device and tells you why it could be a better buy than Amazon's competing 7-inch tablet.
The Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ costs only $269. That's quite a deal for a quality 9-inch tablet.
The Barnes & Noble Nook HD has a sharp screen and comfortable build, but some typical tablet features are missing.
Barnes & Noble unveils a black-and-white, touch-capable Nook e-reader, Apple finally responds with a fix for MacDefender malware, and Microsoft shows off the next version of Windows Phone 7 code-named Mango.
The 7-inch tablets are the new black, and we're throwing the cream of the crop in the Prizefight ring. It's Google's Nexus 7 versus Amazon's Kindle Fire. Let's do this!
The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet hopes to be a Kindle-killer this holiday season. The Nook Color and Nook Simple Touch also get updated features and lower prices.
Barnes & Noble introduces new Nook tablets, the Wikipad tablet goes after gamers, and "The Instagram Song" pokes fun at the filter-obsessed.