About six months ago, my TF101 gave up its last breath. It was a sad day. I had spent a lot of time on upgrading it and using it faithfully every day. I thought it was all over for my TF101. I even went as far
Having just received my Nexus 7 a few weeks ago, I knew that KitKat would be just down the road. In the last day or so, Google announced that it’s finally available for the Nexus 7 WiFi model, which is the one that I have.
With the recent demise of my trusty ASUS Transformer, the natural thing was to start looking for something to replace it, or to find a way to fix it. Fixing it was my first reaction. After all, I had invested too much time into software,