Articles about nexus one (page 2)

Pictures: HTC Wildfire Unboxed
Keen to find out what the HTC Wildfire looks like when it’s taken out from the box? This Nexus One-like device has been unboxed recently, and pictures of it have been posted online. Granted, it won’t be challenging the HTC EVO 4G and Droid Incredible anytime soon, but if you’re looking for an entry-level Android-powered phone, this is worth checking out, as it boasts Android 2.1, HTC Sense UI, and […]

HTC EVO 4G Limited To 30FPS Only?
You might not have noticed this if you aren’t a developer, but reports are going around an artificial limit has been imposed on the screen refresh rate of the recently released HTC EVO 4G. According to the complaints, performance is limited to 30FPS for both 2D and 3D content, despite the phone offering the same chip and graphics processor of the Nexus One, which doesn’t have this issue. Speculation is […]

KT To Offer The Google Nexus One In South Korea
Looks like Google’s move to open its Nexus One smartphone to retail sales could be making the device more attractive to carriers as KT Corp, South Korea’s second largest mobile carrier, has announced that it will be beefing its smartphone line-up with the release of the Nexus One. The Nexus One will first be offered via online stores and will then be expanded through retailers the following month. Aside from having […]

Google Nexus One starts popping up all over
We know that Google has decided to stop selling its Nexus One smartphone online from their own website, and that has only opened the floodgates for other retail channels to bring this Android-powered smartphone to the masses, including T-Mobile affiliate i wireless. i wireless is offering the Nexus One for $300 after a $350 discount as well as a $50 mail-in rebate, so you will just have to make your […]

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Google Nexus One handles Quake III with aplomb
We’ve seen Quake II run on HTML5 with pretty decent results, as well as Quake III being played on a Motorola Droid before, but how about id Software’s Quake III making its way on the Google Nexus One sans keyboard alongside a much faster processor? It seems that gaming quality is pretty impressive (deserving of a medal) with a decent graphics level as seen in the video above, where the […]

Google Trying To Attract iPhone App Developers With Free Phones?
Apparently Palm isn’t the only one who is trying to ramp up app development for its mobile application store, as word is going around that Google is actively trying to attract iPhone app developers to develop apps for the Android platform. It seems that a representative from the Android Advocacy Group contacted Texts From Last Night’s creator to establish a relationship, as well as ship a free Nexus One phone, […]

Nexus One Shows Up On Bouygues Telecom Website
Folks who are currently in France won’t have to worry too much about getting hold of a Nexus One as Bouygues Telecom has now listed Google’s Nexus One on its site, making it the first French carrier to do so. Apparently Bouygues will be offering the phone bundled with various data plans, which means that there’s a high chance that the phone will be subsidized. The bad news is that […]

Kidigi FM Transmitter For Your Google Nexus One
The accessories for Google’s Nexus One aren’t as abundant as Apple’s iPhone, but it’s good to see that a company called Kidigi has come up with an FM transmitter for said phone, and it doesn’t seem too bad either. The transmitter allows you to transmit music from your phone to your car’s radio, so you won’t have to do any fancy wiring voodoo in order to you’re the music from […]

Google Nexus One ID Credit Card Case
Have mobile phones become more important than our wallets? If they haven’t, they’re certainly moving in that direction, and the Case-Mate Google Nexus One ID Credit Card Case serves to remind us of that point. Why use cash when you can use a credit card, right? This case allows you to slip in two credit card sized items of your choice, so you can probably just get your ID and […]

Has Verizon Started Training Staff For Nexus One Launch?
This is still very much an unconfirmed rumor at the moment, but word is going around that Verizon has begun training some of its employees on an EV-DO variant of the Google Nexus One. There isn’t any confirmed release date just yet, but apparently the device will be sold through Verizon’s retail stores, which might be a silent admission that the online-only method that Google is currently using with T-Mobile […]

Apple sues HTC over 20 patents
Apple has announced that it is filing a lawsuit against HTC over the alleged infringement of about 20 patents that cover critical aspect of touch phones, like hardware, software and touch-display control. Some see the lawsuit as being directed at Google, but I think that they are wrong: this is a move directed at the entire smartphone industry in which Apple says that it will defend its current dominant position. […]

Nexus One Live Wallpaper Modded To Cyanogen Blue
Do you dislike the multi-colored live wallpaper that Google’s Nexus one offers? If it’s just a different color scheme that you’re looking for, some folks have managed to fiddle with the phone and get it to use only Cyanogen Blue. Sure, it won’t turn your phone into the coolest phone on the block, but if you’re into customization, then every little bit counts right? At the very least, you’ll be […]

Only 80k Nexus One Phones Sold In The First Month
The Nexus One from Google might have had plenty of hype in the build up to its official announcement, but it seems that despite that, initial sales haven’t reflected that hype. According to analyst firm Flurry Inc., Google sold just 80,000 units of the device during its first month of being on sale. If you want a comparison, the Motorola Droid sold 525,000 units and the iPhone sold 600,000 units […]

Texas Instruments OMAP4 Chipset Can Drive 3 Independent Displays
The Nexus One and Motorola Droid all have nice displays, but things could get better, right? Texas Instruments (TI) has come up with a nice demo unit (picture courtesy of Slash Gear) that is powered by Android, and the best part is that it sports 2 screens, as well as HDMI-out. If that wasn’t enough, it also has a 12-megapixel camera, and a pico projector. It’s certainly not a device […]

Nexus One Update Grants It Multi-touch And 3G Connectivity Fix
Not having multi-touch was a big issue when the Google Nexus One was launched, but thanks to the latest update, Nexus One users won’t have to take flak from others who poke fun at it due to the lack of multi-touch anymore. The latest update also includes a general fix, which should help improve the 3G connectivity issues that some folks have been experiencing lately. You should be receiving a […]

T-Mobile And Nexus One Users Experiencing Data Issues?
Many Nexus One users are complaining on the T-Mobile and Google forums, claiming that the T-Mobile data coverage is totally down. Some users are stating that the SIM card downloads data fine when swapped to other phones, but others are claiming that it’s a T-Mobile network issue. T-Mobile and HTC tech support centers surely have quite a pickle on their hands. The frustrating issue is probably that nobody is entirely […]

Nexus One Dock To Sport Bluetooth Audio
The rough details of a docking station for Google’s Nexus One have surfaced on the Internet. The Nexus One will be sitting on the dock vertically, and the good news is that it should fit even though it’s wearing a soft case. The cool part is that music can be played through the dock to connected speakers, or even wirelessly, thanks to Bluetooth support. The range of the Bluetooth is […]

Google Nexus One censors swear words
While Google might be at loggerheads with the Chinese due to censorship of search results amidst other philosophy wrangles, they’re certainly keeping up with their “Don’t be evil” motto. Why do we say so? The Google Nexus One was specially designed to censor swear words when voice recognition is turned on, where all detected profanities are converted to #### marks. Of course, this works only with the English language we […]

Google Nexus One with multitouch browser
It often takes a community to come up with modifications and changes that will affect a particular device positively after the manufacturer failed to listen to its customers, and that’s what happened with Google’s Nexus One handset. A developer decided to take things into his own hands by modifying the Android 2.1 operating system to enable multitouch capability on the Nexus One browser. There is a downside to this hack […]

Nexus One Review
Nexus One Review - The Google Nexus One is the most anticipated Android phone ever. First, because Google was rumored to be "freeing people" from the the wireless carriers