Google’s latest gadgets have been available for a short while now, enough time it seems for hidden treasure to be discovered. Recently it has was revealed that the Nexus 7 tablet is imbued with a special talent, it is able to use a PlayStation 3 controller for that tradition game play feel. A USB adapter is required to convert between mini and micro USB, along with the correct settings selected but that is all, console gaming on the go.
The latest Nexus 4 smartphone may have disappointed many with its lack of 4G connection but the truth is it may already be there. Nexus 4 owners on certain networks in Canada can go through an unlocking process that will enable the phone to operate on the 4G LTE band. As the video demonstrates the Nexus 4 is already able to operate on certain 4G networks, the speed is unknown however.
Presented for your viewing pleasure are the two Nexus Tips videos detailing Google’s electronic Easter eggs, surprises for the Google generation.
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Google Fiber, the Google machines latest enterprise, providing gigabit internet and cable TV to a lucky few. Internet fast enough to download a movie in 10 seconds is now within reach. Initially Kansas City, Missouri will be the first city to enjoy Google Fiber, selected from 1100 cities that applied to be the first customers.
Interested neighborhoods are being signed up now for services that will start in September. With cities broken into local neighborhoods, Fibrehoods as Google is calling them, Google will be rolling out the service according to demand, eventually rolling the service out across America.
High speed internet is only part of the equation, Google is also taking on the Cable giants with their Google Fiber TV, 160 channels of cable TV glory for an extra $50 a month.
Continue reading Google Fibre TV, Gigabit Speeds and Cable TV From the Google Machine…