Rejoice, owners of Google's Nexus One smart phone. It may be getting on a bit, but the device isn't being denied Android 2.3 Gingerbread love, with an update due this week.
Nokia updates its navigation and maps service and makes it available for free as it competes more aggressively in the smartphone market with Google and others.
T-Mobile and Google have come together to configure a new pricing scheme for existing T-Mobile customers...sort of.
We pit the Nexus One up against the iPhone 3GS to see which one has a more capable camera. The results probably won't surprise you.
Google is new to selling mobile phones, but the Google Nexus One could tempt you to hand over your cash. We lay out the practical steps to getting your own Nexus
It turns out that if you're an existing T-Mobile customer interested in buying the new Nexus One, you won't be able to get it for $179 with a contract. Instead, you'll have to pay either $279 or $379.
Gizmodo takes a super-secret meeting with a source and gets a chance to play with the smartphone--or, as the writer refers to it, Google's Droid killer.