Download Android 2.3.3 for the Nexus One and Nexus S Right Now

The technilogically-savvy bunch over at the XDA Developers forums have uncovered and made available the Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 update for Nexus One and Nexus S phones. That means if you have either of those devices, you don't have to wait for the OTA update to kick in. Thanks guys! [XDA Developers via Brief Mobile » 2/24/11 5:50pm 2/24/11 5:50pm

A Stray Tweet Suggests Nexus One Will Be First With Gingerbread This…

It's logical for Google to launch Gingerbread with the Nexus Two. After all, the Nexus One was first with Froyo. But if the Nexus One receives the Gingerbread update first, does that mean the Nexus Two is delayed? » 11/08/10 3:30am 11/08/10 3:30am

Rumor: Nexus Two Will Be Announced November 8th, Same Day as WP7 Launch

Citing unnamed sources, Android and Me is reporting that the Nexus Two will be announced by Samsung at a November 8th (the first day of Windows Phone 7 sales) press conference. Google meets Galaxy S? Sounds like a potent combo. » 10/28/10 12:15pm 10/28/10 12:15pm

Google Receives Last Nexus One Shipment

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. » 7/16/10 4:31pm 7/16/10 4:31pm

iPhone 4's Real Cost Versus Other Top Smartphones

iPhone 4, Droid Incredible, Evo 4G, and Nexus One hardware all cost about the same. But this chart shows exactly how much each will put you out of pocket—data/voice included—over the course of a two year contract. » 6/24/10 10:20am 6/24/10 10:20am