Google Nexus One

When the Google Nexus One launched earlier this week (see our hands-on), it did so listing WiFi compatibility as 802.11n, meaning you'd be getting the latest and greatest (and fastest) connection. It was listed the technical specs and confirmed in a hardware teardown. But it turns out the "n" part of the equation is dormant, leaving us with only 802.11b/g, which is now reflected in the tech specs. Before you pick up the pitchforks, however, remember that the iPod touch has the same handicap. Hoepfully we'll see 802.11n turned on at some point. (Thanks to everybody who sent this in)