Brighthand: Owners of Google's smartphone have waited over a month for the latest-and-greatest edition of the search giant's mobile platform.
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In this smartphone smackdown, we compare the performance, design and overall experience of the Android-powered Nexus One versus the BlackBerry Torch 9800 -- which is the best smartphone for business?
Could Nexus One be next headache for mobile IT? Google to sell its phones in the retail outlets, which could extend it beyond early adopters.
An Android enthusiast site puts the upcoming mobile OS through its paces and finds it incredibly faster than previous versions.
Google steers customers instead to the HTC Incredible, an Android phone that many say lives up to its name. So, is this the beginning of the end for Google's great mobile device experiment?
Google's Nexus One is an impressive smartphone, but is it a good fit for the enterprise as a mobile computing device?
The Nexus One is now on all four major U.S. wireless carriers, although the Verizon phone isn't out yet, as industry watchers debate fate of Google's Android smarpthone.
Issuing a verdict on the Nexus One requires more than just looking at sluggish sales stats, says mobile device analyst. Google's smartphone strategy for Android could still pay off.
A Chinese publication says CDMA versions of Google's smartphone are en route to the Internet giant for a launch in coming weeks.
The iPhone maker heads to court in yet another patent dispute stemming from mobile technology.
Early termination fees and upgrade fees get kicked to the curb. Is it enough to get the smartphones moving?
Google just issued a software update for the Nexus One that promises to fix 3G connection issues and match a key iPhone feature.
A rocky start for Google's new unlocked, Android smartphone as T-Mobile experiences a glitch.
Will Motorola's next Android smartphone be the enterprise follow-up to the Google Nexus One -- or some other handheld device?