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Android Central Podcast Episode 4

Thanks to Michael Manna of the T4 Show for joining us.

HTC CEO says Nexus One is a success

 The picture above was taken the day the Nexus One launched. In focus, the glorious Nexus One. In the background, HTC CEO Peter Chou proudly standing behind it. And at the time, the Nexus One was the best Android phone available (heck, it still might be). He had the right to be proud. But how does...

Nexus One takes on Palm Pre in March Madness

Laptop Mag's Smartphone March Madness continues, and the Nexus One's taking on the Palm Pre. Seriously, folks, get over there and make this a no-contest, m'kay? [Laptop Mags]

Nexus One and iPhone on AT&T, Texting, Android Apps, Moto Droid keyboard

 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!In the past few days a common question has been...

Five-column app drawer on Nexus One

Five columns of apps, all nice and organized. That's one more column than on the stock Nexus One ROM. Necessary? Heck, no. But that's what makes it cool. [XDA Developers]

Latest in the Nexus One screen saga

What started as a rant from the less-than-Google-friendly Boy Genius Report is slowly starting to become a thing. We're talking about the screen on the latest batch of Google Nexus Ones, whose only discernible difference from the original was supposed to be that it supports AT&T's flavor of 3G...

Google denied Nexus One trademark

The Nexus One is Google, that's safe to say right? Wrong! Google has been denied the Nexus One trademark (of which they applied back in December) because of the "likelihood of confusion" with an existing trademark of the word 'Nexus' registered by Integra Telecom (who?) in 2008. Though we're not...

March Madness streamed live on the Nexus One (what, you don't have Flash?)

The NCAA Tournament streaming on the Nexus One? A nice reminder -- in case you forgot -- that we're still awaiting Adobe Flash 10.1 on our Android phones. [via JK on the Run]

HTC Desire goes "Sense-less" and turns into Nexus One?

  The folks over at AndroidandMe attended the gdgt live in Austin event, where they were able to spend some quality hands on time with the HTC Desire. We have covered the HTC Desire up and down, leaking specs, hands on videos, showcasing the ROM ported to the Nexus One, speculating pricing and...

Sprint uses announcement of Nexus One to pimp Android 2.1 on Moment, Hero

Yeah, that's pretty impossible to read. Fortunately we're trained in the art of squint-eyed-reading, so we'll translate. The gist of it is that Android 2.1 indeed is coming to the Sprint Moment and Hero, and it should be relatively soon. Important parts in bold. What you need to know:With all the...

Hands-on with the AT&T 3G Nexus One

Meet the new Nexus One, same as the old Nexus One. Only this one has AT&T's -- yeah, yeah, and some Canadian carriers', too -- 3G bands built in. Otherwise, it's exactly the same hardware (so far as we can tell without a teardown) and software (Android 2.1-update 1). Otherwise, all the usual...

Sprint getting a Nexus One, too

The rumors were true, folks. Sprint just announced that it's getting the Google Nexus One, hot on the heels of AT&T and some Canadian carriers getting their own unlocked and unsubsidized version. Pricing and exact date of availability to be determined, though this makes it sound like it's gonna...

Moto Droid 2.1 update, AT&T Nexus One, favorite Android music player

 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!Finally a solid date for those Moto Droid owners...

AT&T, Rogers get their own 3G-compatible Nexus One (finally!)

It was a bit of a disappointment when we learned that despite being an unlocked GSM device, the Nexus One would only get 3G on T-Mobile in the United States. That has ended, as Google is now selling a Nexus One with the AT&T and Rogers (Canada) 3G bands of 850 and 1900MHz. This isn't a great...

We get it -- the Nexus One didn't sell as many as the Droid or iPhone ...

Here's another one of those charts that shows (and when we say "shows," we mean estimates) just how few units of the Nexus One Google has sold in comparison to the Motorola Droid and Apple's iPhone over the first 74 days that each was available. And here's the sentence in which we again say...

HTC shipping Nexus One to Verizon? Huh?

 We've said it before. We've seen it already. But we'll say it once again: it's highly unlikely that Verizon is going to sell the Nexus One in stores. So though DigiTimes is saying that HTC is shipping Nexus Ones to Verizon, we're just not buying it. Why would Verizon be stocking inventory of a...

Metal Droid cases, HTC Eris and 2.1, Nexus One on Verizon, Twitter clients

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!Still looking for some protection for your Moto...

Looking Closer at HTC's Touch Sensors

After seeing some potential issues with the Nexus One multitouch, Android and Me has taken some time to visit the topic a bit more in depth. It appears as though the Nexus One touchscreen is not really "broken" like first reported, but more so limited by the hardware. The screen used in the Nexus...

Verizon updates (erm, fixes) Nexus One listing; no Sense for you!

Well how about that. Looks like Verizon has updated its Nexus One listing in the Equipment Guide, fixing some of those bullet points that didn't quite add up.Gone is the reference to HTC's Sense user interface, which should come as zero surprise. Also (almost) fixed is where the phone will be sold...

Nexus One confirmed to only be sold online, (and to feature HTC Sense?)

Far be it from us to say we told you so, but, well, we told you so. Here's confirmation, plain and simple, that the Google Nexus One on Verizon will not be sold in stores and instead will only be available at google.com/phone -- never mind that Verizon has the wrong link here. No great surprise, as...

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