First it was Doom and now its quake’s turn. Quake 3 has been ported to the Nexus One. This game has actually been around for awhile, we’ve seen it on the Droid, and it has now made its way to the Nexus. Continue Reading...
This Android phone quietly snuck by all of us. We first seen this device at CES and hasn’t really heard much about it since then. It’s not a bad looking device and it has a nice screen similar to that found on the nexus one.
This is quite odd, Google has long since said the Nexus One will only be available online. But, According to a report featured on Mobile Magazine, Phones4U will carry Google’s Nexus One both on their website and in their retail
This has been a trend for HTC as of late. They have sold out of everything from Vodafone’s Nexus One, the HD2 and a few times with the desire. What’s going on with HTC, maybe they didn’t think their phones would be this
Now that Adobe has moved on from trying to bring its services to Apple’s iPhone/iPod Touch, they are focusing most of their efforts towards Android. A public demo (once again) of Flash 10.1 is expected to make an appearance at
Vodafone UK have put the Google Nexus One up for sale, and there's no sign of the stock delay reported earlier this week. The launch marks the first time the Nexus One has been available through a UK carrier rather than
The Incredible is available in stores today. Stop by your local Verizon wireless store and play around with the demo unit. Unfortunately if you didn’t preorder, that may be the closest you will get to possessing this phone.
If you’ve been waiting for the Nexus One to finally hit Verizon’s network, you can stop and take Google’s advice and get an Incredible. I don’t know if this is just a temporary setback or if they are scrapping plans
Google's Nexus One has been available in the UK as an import since the handset made its debut several months back, but as of April 30th Vodafone UK will be selling the smartphone officially. In contrast to US sales, which are
Today Vodafone has updated their "Coming Soon" page for the Nexus One to "Coming Soon/April". From looks of it, it could be a mistake. Why put up an April release in the last days of April? It has been almost four months now that