Google all but admitted the failure of the Nexus One phone today with the news that it would no longer sell the phone online. The company hasn’t given up on the Android phone platform, however. Google will continue to use its website to promote the various Android-based phones out there and partner with providers to
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While at first it seemed like Google would push its first internal smartphone to every cellular network, there’s confirmation today that the Nexus One won’t be making it’s way to Verizon. Instead, Google is directing Verizon customers to buy the new Android-based Incredible, which hits the market on the 29th: We won’t be selling a
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Just as was widely expected, Google’s Nexus One phone has been made available for additional 3G wireless carriers. As of Tuesday, March 16th, you can buy the Nexus One for use one AT&T’s 3G network, as well as the Rogers 3G network in Canada. Of course, you’ll pay the unsubsidized price for the phone ($529),
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A small section of a Google announcement carried a lot of weight today. Pinch-to-zoom functionality: devices will now include a new pinch-to-zoom mechanism in the phone’s Browser, Gallery and Maps applications That little, innocuous and unpunctuated comment is HUGE! Until now, only the iPhone has had native multitouch — and it took a lot of
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When Apple announced the iPhone, Steve Jobs’ presentation was met with thunderous applause and awe.  On January 5th, when Google launched the Nexus One at a press event, you could only hear the sound of critics scoffing.  Come on, Goog.  You can do better than that.  After all, when you launch a tech product, people
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Google’s mobile suite has been nothing short of fantastic. Mobile Gmail is simple and powerful, and Mobile Google Reader keeps you in touch with your RSS feeds on the road. Now, Google raises the stakes with “Near Me Now,” which replaces the need for an separate GPS app to tell you what’s near you with
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A guide to Google Smartphones for people who aren’t completely obsessed with phones.

The estate of sci-fi author Philip K. Dick has a little problem with the Nexus One.

It’s been hard to jump on the hype train for the Nexus One, but I held my itchy blogger finger and waited. But now it’s here! Google’s first act of a big year was to unveil the Nexus One at a press event. It looks like the Nexus One is at the top of the
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Take a look at what is expected for 2010 on the tech front — big leaps in space exploration and everyone will be watching Google once again. Space Is The Place New information from Kepler, a bigger better International Space Station and more Jupiter-Titan and friends news will make for a fascinating year in space
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