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  • Google Nexus One vs Apple iPhone 3GS

    Google Nexus One vs Apple iPhone 3GS

    Google's Nexus One, built by Taiwan's HTC, offers much of what one expects in a high-end 3G smartphone. Yet is it enough, and good enough, to give the iPhone 3GS a run for the money? Initial reviews like its design, speed and integration with the Web. With a two-year T-Mobile contract (at $US80 per month), Nexus costs $US179 (or $530 unlocked). A CDMA version is due with Verizon Wireless in Spring 2010. In this slideshow, we focus on some of the key differences, comparing the two smartphones in terms of their published specifications, with some comments from (and links to) early reviews and assessments of the Nexus.

  • In Pictures: Google's Nexus One

    In Pictures: Google's Nexus One

    Australian consumers and businesses will have to wait until an unspecified future date to gain access to Google's new Nexus One mobile phone.The much-anticipated smartphone was launched early this morning (Australian Eastern Standard Time) at a press event at Google's Mountain View, California, headquarters. In the meantime, here are some photos.

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  • Google Nexus One: A successful flop

    Has any smartphone had a more unusual marketing campaign than the Nexus One? Google's touchscreen Android handset debuted in January to mostly favorable reviews.

  • Nexus One: Too much hype, not enough marketing?

    Poor Nexus One. Despite earning mostly positive reviews and becoming an obsession in the tech blogosphere, the Google phone reportedly sold just 20,000 units in its first week. That's just 10 percent of the Motorola Droid's debut sales.

  • Nexus One fiasco continues for Google

    Google unveiled the Nexus One a little over a week ago after weeks of rumors and hype. Not only has the Android-based handset failed to revolutionise the smartphone industry as some had speculated, but the spiraling debacle suggests Google may have underestimated what it takes to compete in the smartphone arena.