“Google chairman Eric Schmidt in an interview with Italy’s Corriere Della Sera raised the prospect of a Nexus tablet,” Electronista reports.
“The search firm planned to sell a tablet of the ‘highest quality’ within six months’ time,” Electronista reports. “He didn’t mention the Nexus label by name, but Google usually hasn’t marketed anyone else’s tablet itself, even for the reference Xoom.”
Electronista reports, “A reference tablet would be an admission that Android tablets may be headed in the same direction as smartphones, where the stock interface becomes the rarity rather than the norm… In other comments, Schmidt wouldn’t comment on the rumored Majel voice command system, saying he wouldn’t comment on future, unannounced products. He insisted Google has long had the ‘best’ voice dictation system and could use it to do things similar to Apple’s Siri.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Vaporware and foolish, obviously incorrect comments. Great interview, Mr. Mole.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]