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Win Phil's (and Dieter's, too!) Nexus Ones: Fourth batch of entries [contest]

Oh, my. Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, here you go. As Dieter mentions above (you did watch the video first, right?), we're now giving away TWO T-Mobile Nexus Ones. And, so, after the break is the fourth batch of entries. And just like the previous three batches, we've got five...

HTC Droid Incredible reviews, contest; Nexus One on Verizon; Sprint Evo 4G

 From the Forums is a great way for you, our readers, to see the hottest topics being discussed. But you must be a registered member and becoming a member is a simple process. So if you have not already already done so, head on over and register now!Did you receive your HTC Droid Incredible early?...

Vodafone Nexus One available for pre-order, will be available in stores

And in slightly less unhappy Nexus One news, it's now available for pre-order on Vodafone in the U.K. -- free if you shell out for a monthly plan that costs at least £35. We're also being told that unlike in the U.S., you're actually going to be able to buy it in stores. Will that signal a change...

Google: No Verizon Nexus One, buy the Incredible instead

Sorry, folks, but I'm gonna have to say I told you so here. (See podcast Episode 9.) Google apparently put an end to the Verizon Nexus One, slipping it into an official Nexus One blog post "update on partnerships." (Strangely, the post is dated April 21, but it just pinged RSS feeds today. Update: ...

Verizon Droid Incredible vs. Nexus One - graphics benchmark test

A few of you have asked about graphics benchmarking on the Verizon Droid Incredible, so here you go. It's right up there with the Google Nexus One, and it should be. In other news, that Gundam's pretty darn cool.

Have a T-Mobile Nexus One? You're on your own for further 3G fixes

Good news, for those of you with the T-Mobile version of the Google Nexus One: Google's found the problem with spotty 3G coverage. And the problem is ... you. In an update this week in the Google help forums, Googler Ry Guy drops a bit of a bombshell (and dispels a recent rumor about an over-the-...

HTC Legend gets an update to fix apps missing from Android Market

It's been a not-so-secret bug that not all apps in the Android Market have been available on all handsets. And it's been particularly egregious on the HTC Legend, with such apps as Google Goggles, Barcode Scanner and Twidroid not appearing. Turns out it's had something to do with apps that can...

Win Phil's Nexus One: Third batch of entries [contest]

I've said it before and I'll say it again: We have the coolest readers on the Internet. Better than PreCentral, better than TiPB, better than CrackBerry, even, and them's big words.Anyhoo, after the break we bring you the third installment of entries in the quest to win my Nexus One, and they keep...
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Android Central Podcast Episode 8 - Droid Incredible Writers' Roundtable

Verizon Droid Incredible coverage Review: Complete analysis of the Droid Incredible. Video: Unboxing and hardware hands-on. Video: Software and Sense UI walkthrough. Head-to-head: Pitting the Droid Incredible against the Sprint Evo 4G and Google Nexus One. Droid Incredible...

Video: Multitouch on the Droid Incredible

Multitouch on Android isn't quite old hat yet, so let's take another look at it on the Verizon HTC Droid Incredible. All things being equal, it just feels better than on the Motorola Droid or Google Nexus One. And, more important, we're not seeing any of the issues experienced when testing on the...

Verizon Droid Incredible vs. Sprint Evo 4G vs. Google Nexus One -- Spec fight!

The Verizon Droid Incredible, Sprint Evo 4G and Google Nexus One -- three of the biggest, baddest Android phones available today (erm, or soon, in the case of the first two). But which should you get? After the break, we put the three phones against each other head to head, spec for spec. Which...
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Android Central Podcast Episode 7

Top o' the news HTC, Verizon officially announce Droid Incredible, available April 29 for $199 Hey, Verizon fans: Do you still care about the Nexus One? Hardware news Verizon Droid Eris hits end of life in May Rogers officially launches the Xperia X10 Xperia X10 Mini & X10...

Hey, Verizon fans: Do you still care about the Nexus One?

Now the the Verizon Droid Incredible is out of the bag, it reasons that waiting for the Verizon-capable Nexus One became a bit moot. But we wanna hear your reasons why. Does anybody still care? Vote your hearts out, and let us know in the comments why. Do you even care about the Verizon Nexus...

Nexus One 'is a profitable business,' Google says

The success of the Google Nexus One has been up for debate since the phone first launched in January. Google adopted a non-traditional way of selling the phone, opting to solely sell it online at Google.com/phone and not making it available in any brick and mortar store, even as a dummy device for...

Review: Seidio 3200mAh extended battery for the Google Nexus One

I love the Google Nexus One. I don't love its battery life. Sure, its 1400mAh battery (officially rated at 10 hours' talk time on EDGE and 7 hours on 3G) can get me through most of a day, but just barely. And I get a little skittish when I get down to 30 percent or so. The Seidio Innocell 3200mAh...

About the recent Nexus One update rumor ...

There's a rumor running 'round (started at Android-France) that the Nexus One could be in line for an over-the-air update in the coming days that would bring a few bug fixes. Here's how Google Translate, erm, translates them:Better memory management with a new version of the Linux kernel to operate...

Nexus One now in Sprint's CelleBrite units

You guys know those CelleBrite units that don't actually point to if or when a phone's coming to a particular carrier? (A fact that we're sure you'll want to remind us of yet again in the comments.) Well, the Google Nexus One just showed up in Sprint's. So neener neener. (As to when the Sprint...

HTC Incredible, Droid or Nexus One, Wallpapers and ringtones, Evo 4G

 From the Forums is a great way for you, our readers, to see the hottest topics being discussed. But you must be a registered member and becoming a member is a simple process. So if you have not already already done so, head on over and register now!The release of the HTC Incredible is nearing and...

Android 2.1 now on more than a quarter of Android phones

Here's the latest look at the breakdown of Android operating system versions -- fragmentation, if you will. More than a quarter of Android devices are now running Android 2.1 -- that includes the Droid, Nexus One, Legend and Desire. A goodly number -- 38 percent -- are still on Android 1.5, and...

Android 2.1 now blamed for some of Nexus One (and now Droid) screen 'issues'

See that picture up there? That's the surface of Mars. And apparently it doesn't look very good on the Nexus One. And now on the Motorola Droid. And quite possibly any device running Android 2.1. Why? Let's discuss, after the break. See, the thing is, it's cool to hate on the Nexus One. We get it...

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