In the ongoing Google versus Oracle courtroom saga, new documents have emerged detailing an early prototype for an Android smartphone. These images and specs were presented to T-Mobile back in 2006. Thank god Google went back to the drawing board.
According to Business Insider, Google has bigger plans for Motorola than just hoarding Moto's patents. BI is saying Google now wants to use Motorola's team to create its own Google smartphones and tablets. Meaning Google doesn't just want to develop another Nexus One, it wants to make its own iPhone. And that would be…
The new Google Phone is coming December 16, and when it does it'll run you $529 unlocked or $199 with a new two year T-Mobile contract. Like its predecessor, you'll be able to get one online directly through Google, or (or!) at Best Buy locations, Best Buy Mobile stores, and on BestBuy.com. [Nexus S]
The new Google Phone is here: The Nexus S. Built by Samsung, it's got a 4-inch Super AMOLED "Contour Display," 1GHz Hummingbird processor, NFC support, and most importantly, it's running a completely clean version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
It was a sad day last month when Google announced that they would no longer sell the Googlephone, the Nexus One, through their website. But wait! The company's now offering the Nexus One as a developer phone, unlocked, for $529.
That was fast. After getting word that Google received its last Nexus One shipment, the Nexus One is now officially sold out at google.com/phone.
Google just received their last Nexus One shipment and once this current stock sells out, it's officially goodbye to the Google Phone Store and sayanora Nexus One. Even though it wasn't the most successful Android phone, I still think it's the best option for people who want the authentic Android experience.
A few weeks ago we heard rumors that the Motorola Shadow could earn the distinction of Nexus Two. Today Motorola confirmed that they are working with Google on a new phone to be sold directly to consumers.
After a quote that Google's Nexus One is his "favorite gadget" went around, Steve Wozniak took the time to leave us a note. Read on for his explanation of how everyone misunderstood him and why fanboy-style arguments are ridiculous.
Yes, you read that right. Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder and Gizmodo guest contributor extraordinaire, has confessed that his favorite gadget is Google's Nexus One. Oh Woz, my darling, you just broke my iPhone-powered heart.
Last week we learned that existing T-Mobile customers were getting screwed on the Nexus One. Chances are Google and T-Mobile will work this out, but if you are impatient, here is one way current customers can get the $180 price.
The Nexus One is an over-hyped Android phone. But that doesn't stop it from being the best Android phone. It is, for two reasons: Hardware and software.
This very large Nexus One is now sitting Google's lobby, and you won't guess what it's running behind the screen.
Like we said in the hands on, this is the best Android phone right now. And since we know you can't get enough photos of a gadget you're pining for, here's a huge gallery.
The Nexus One, the Google Phone, is really here. And everything you need to know about it? Right here.