No, that's not a ghost touching your screen—those phantom double taps and presses you may have been experiencing with your new Nexus 7 tablet are a software issue that Google is rolling out an update for today.
Google says it's looking into to all of these matters, but right now it's unclear if the bugs are software- or hardware-related.
A simple software fix will clear up the biggest headache associated with Google's hit hardware from last year: A gradual loss of responsiveness.
A $30 price hike buys you a faster performance, better sound, wireless charging, and an impressive 1080p display, all in a slimmer package.
The latest Nexus 7 tablet doesn't ship until next week, but Google started taking orders Friday after its retail partners began selling the new device.
The new Nexus 7 is showing as available for pickup at Best Buy stores around the country, but your true mileage may vary.
In an interview with PCWorld and TechHive, Shih riffs on Nexus 7 development, Windows 8 woes, and Asus's smartphone aspirations.
What could the new Nexus 10 look like? Just take a peek at the new Nexus 7 released yesterday.