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Three years. That’s all it took for Google to go from its first branded hardware product — the Nexus One — to dominating the list of most desired hardware.
he Google Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 ranking first and fifth, respectively, on the CNET 100, our groundbreaking new monthly leaderboard of gadgets. Alongside the Apple iPad Air, Samsung Galaxy S4, and Panasonic ST60 plasma TV, the two Google devices are the only two from the same manufacturer in the Top 5 products on the list:
But Google isn’t the only one to make headlines in the CNET 100. The full rankings reveal some surprising and fascinating tech stories.
- Welcome to the CNET 100. Round 1 goes to Google. (cnet.com)
- Top 5 Android phones for 2013 Christmas Gifts (androiddatarecovery.wordpress.com)
- Is This Tablet Dud Google’s Long-Anticipated Nexus 8? (dailyfinance.com)
- Verizon Galaxy Nexus Android 4.3 Update Release Still Coming (gottabemobile.com)
- Google Nexus 5 Launch Event: October 15 unveiling tipped (henriettapierce.wordpress.com)
- Is This Tablet Dud Google’s Long-Anticipated Nexus 8? (fool.com)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Android 4.4 update expected in January (trustedreviews.com)
- Is an LG-made Google Nexus 8 on its way? (pocketnow.com)
- Google Nexus 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S4: Spec comparison (itproportal.com)
- Android 4.4 KitKat Now Available For Google Play Editions Of HTC One And Samsung Galaxy S4 (techcrunch.com)