As it stands, the Nexus One sells for $529 unlocked or $179 for new T-Mobile subscribers. Existing T-Mobile customers who were eligible for an upgrade and already had existing data plans had to fork over $379 while those without data plans were paying $279. Not very fair, IMO.
(More on Techland: Nexus One Review: The Hardware Isn’t …
Marvel starts a war with DC Comics by asking retailers to send in unsold copies of DC’s Blackest Night tie-ins for variant covers of Siege #3. Meanwhile, Techland lists the 18 android apps to get you started on your Droid, Nexus One or whatever android phone you may have.
All that and more in the daily Nerdcast with Techland’s …
The Android Market pales in comparison to Apple’s App Store based on number of apps, but that doesn’t mean the quality of apps available to Android users aren’t up to snuff. We’ve listed
12 18 apps that cover a wide range of interests and genres but is not indicative of the Android Market as a whole. Think of this as a starting …
Who’s excited for some Flash support on their Android or webOS device?
A subsidized Nexus One from T-Mobile ($180) is rather tempting given the disparity in price from an unlocked version ($529), but you might want to read the fine print, bucko. Surprising that this wasn’t sniffed out last week, no?
(More on Techland: Nexus One Review: The Hardware’s Not the Problem, Android Is)
It’s come to light …
It’s never an easy task to review a device that you’ve had for less than two or three or even four weeks. The rush of trying to be beat other outlets constantly hangs over your shoulder. Do you rush to get a review out and subject yourself to the criticism that comes with having left off the most critical or asinine factoid possible? …
While everyone’s chatting about the new Google smartphone the Nexus One, Apple just revealed that there have been three billion downloads from its App Store.
And one app that’s taken the lion’s share of those downloads is Pocket God. The mini God-game by Bolt Creative has players take the role of an omnipotent being ruling over …
Live from the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, Peter gives his initial thoughts on the two big gadgets making waves this week — the Nexus One (Google’s new android phone) and the HP Slate (Microsoft’s tablet).
All that and more in today’s edition of the daily Nerdcast with Techland’s Peter Ha and Time.com’s Caitlin Thompson. …
Here’s a short video I took of Google’s Google Earth Android app from yesterday’s Nexus One press conference. Check out our hands-on here, specs here and if you missed the live blog then you can find that here.
Wow. This just in from CES:
AT&T just announced its very first Android phone, as well as its plan for five new phones, a massive upgrade of its 3G network, and a plan to offer mobile apps to non-smartphone users.
AT&T is the last of the major wireless companies to offer a phone operating with the Android OS. The first will likely …
Here it is, folks. The Nexus One.
We’ll keep this at a minimum for now and lay down the facts about what’s new with Android 2.1 and what you need to know about the hardware.
(More on Techland: Live: Google’s Android Press Event )
What we didn’t know about v2.1 of the Android OS revolves heavily around voice implementation. …
All the specs you need to know about the new Google phone:
$529 for the phone without a provider/contract
$179 for the phone with T-Mobile contract
Verizon service coming in Spring 2010
Vodaphone service coming to Europe in Spring 2010
Height: 119 mm
Width: 59.8 mm
Depth: 11.5 mm
Weight: 130 grams w/ battery, …