Moto X preview: A Google phone assembled with you, the user, in mind. You're probably wondering what the deal is with Android 4.2.2 on Moto X. Is it stock like on a Nexus or lightly skinned like we've seen on last year's Droids? Good news, purists, the OS is near vanilla. Naturally, Motorola made specific hardware / software tweaks, like creating a special stack for the Quick Capture camera and segmenting notifications in a buffer for Active Display.
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Nexus 10 review: The Nexus 7 impressed us on nearly every front. What few flaws there were we more than forgave thanks to its bargain-basement price. At $400 to $500, the Nexus 10 is actually on par with many other 10-inch Android competitors
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