As the tech giant gets ready to ship its wearable platform to developers this year, it continues to tinker with software, hardware, phone call capability, battery life, and voice commands. It's been six months since Google unveiled its Google Glass project, and it appears the tech giant is still hard at work ironing out the kinks to get the product ready for consumption. In an interview with IEEE Spectrum published today, the head of the Google Glass project, Babak Parviz, said his team is continuing to try out new ideas and that both the software and hardware development is coming along.
The Nexus 7 debuted more than six months ago at Google's annual developer conference, but I am still a big fan of the device, And I have strongfit designers fresh pink watercolor floral wreaths by micklyn le feuvre case for apple iphone 7 - white/pink/brown/blue no trouble recommending it to tablet buyers, In this edition of Ask Maggie, I explain why the Nexus 7 is still a good device at a decent price, One Ask Maggie reader is tired of squinting to read books on his smartphone, but he's troubled by the $200 price tag, Meanwhile, the second reader is debating whether to get the smaller 7-inch Nexus 7 mini-tablet or a bigger Android tablet from Samsung..
Dear Maggie, I am debating whether I should get the Nexus 7 or not. The primary reason is the fact that I read books from the Google Play Store on my Razr Maxx right now and would love to have a larger screen that is portable. But at this point I have managed to read on the smaller screen, and I'm not sure spending $200 for a bigger screen makes sense. I've looked at e-readers, but if I am going to spend any money on a new device, I'd like to have the ability to do other things in addition to reading books. It would be great to be able to read email, play games, watch movies, etc.
I don't like using my computer for Web browsing and reading, but my smartphone seems too small, Do you think I should spend the $200 to get another device like the Nexus 7?, Based on your experiences, what would you recommend?, Thanks, MagicWithMeaning, Dear MagicWithMeaning, I hear you, I also think that a smartphone is too small for reading, although I know some people who don't mind it, My colleague Stephen Shankland read the entire Steve Jobs biography strongfit designers fresh pink watercolor floral wreaths by micklyn le feuvre case for apple iphone 7 - white/pink/brown/blue on his smartphone in a single night and wrote an amazing review of the book when it came out, I am afraid if I had attempted the same thing, I would have gone blind, And I probably would have only gotten through a quarter of the book in a night..
At any rate, as I said, some people really don't mind the smaller size of a smartphone. And since you can magnify the text, it's certainly doable. But it sounds like you don't find this situation ideal. And I'm with you. I think the Nexus 7 is a terrific step up, and I highly recommend it to readers. It's very light, and the size is perfect. It's about the size of a typical paperback book and can easily be held with one hand. It fits nicely into a pocket or purse, so it's portable if you read while commuting or traveling.
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