Google's Erick Tseng on Nexus One

The night before CES, Larry Magid catches up with Google phone product manager Erick Tseng to find out what's so special about Google's Nexus One "super phone."

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LAS VEGAS--Google created some buzz at the giant Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, even though it introduced its Nexus One smartphone at a press conference in California two days before the start of CES.

At the Digital Experience press party the night before the show, I caught up with Google's Erick Tseng to talk about the phone. Earlier that day, Google loaned me a Nexus One that I'm currently testing (and initially like).

I asked Tseng what's so special about what Google is calling a "super phone."

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