This generation of Android phones is faster, more powerful and generally awesome-er than anything before. But for whatever reason, they don't have one thing other smartphones take for granted: multitouch. Here's how to fix that, and so much more.
For every Android phone, the hacking process comes in waves: it's tinkered with, then rooted, then flashed with totally new ROMs. At under a month old, the Nexus One's landed its first native multitouch hack, and soon, much, much more.
Just like the Droid before it, the Nexus One's European version has perfect, glorious pinch-to-zoom multitouch. Why does Google hate America? We'll never know. But seeing as how the Droid was hacked to run its Euro counterpart's firmware in about two weeks, there's a fair chance that you'll be able to do the same…