Tech Sanity Check
TechRepublic Member | June 25, 2012
Google Nexus tablet details leak online
The latest leaks follow earlier rumors that Google's 7-inch tablet will run Android 4.1, cost $199 or $249 depending on the model, and go on sale in July. Read more
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