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As expected today, the Google Nexus One has finally been released for public consumption. The specs are as expected with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 3.7inch AMOLED display, GPS, compass, accelerometer, light and proximity sensor, 3.5mm headphone jack, 5 megapixel camera with an LED flash, and the familiar trackball, but with a colored LED presiding under it. It also contains two microphones of which one is for talking, the other is for noise cancellation. This is all bundled into a nice package running Android 2.1.Read More
Google’s Nexus One has been the "next big thing" in Android for the past couple of weeks and is expected to be officially announced this week from Google at CES. Unlike us, some lucky people who were able to get a Nexus One early have posted a full and lengthy review. The smoothness of the UI compared to previous Android phones is quite a leap in the right direction. Finally it appears Apple has some competition in the smart phone market.Read More
Someone out there was kind enough to show us the benchmarking of Google’s upcoming Nexus One using 3D Benchmark. After this video the Nexus One is looking quite nice compared to much of the choppy Android experience. Check it out for yourselves after the jump.Read More
The newest Android based phone to be of mass appeal is Google’s very own Nexus One. The phone is set to launch on January 5th on what looks like T-Mobile. Although none of this information is officially confirmed, the Nexus One will cost $179.99 with a 2-year contract or $529.99 without a contract. Previous rumors had pegged the price at around $200 for a contract-free unsubsidized phone. It appears Google will not be selling this phone for near to cost and is properly priced compared to the other Android phones on T-Mobile.Read More
The all-in-one Internet, LAN, Wi-Fi, Alarm Clock embedded, open source device, Chumby One gets the "take-me-apart" treatment for us all to see. iFixit has one again grasped the latest in technology just to give us a glimpse of what lies within the rounded square that Chumby One is. Among the many other devices at iFixit, you can see the full teardown complete with specs and information on how to take it apart yourself at iFixit.Read More
Most of us have seen this phone already for the past week, and especially when Engadget got its hands on the phone today. The Nexus One does not differ much from other form factors of Android equipped phones we have seen up to this point. While there is no HTC mark on it, the phone appears to be from HTC and matches the form factor and build quality of their other handsets. The hardware remains a mystery as to the exact specs, but the Android 2.1 equipped Nexus One adds some tasty treats to the OS itself. The app tray now benefits from 3D elements while there is a new added "Grid view" that allows you to see all home screen elements at once. You also get more home screens for your shortcuts and widgets.Read More
Since there are so many rumors floating around about what Apple might due at their keynote Monday, I thought I would condense the most notable rumors into one small list. We hope a few of these come true, but you really never know exactly what Apple is up to until they show us themselves.
– a cheaper iPhone, with a less expensive limited data plan
– the showing of Snow Leopard and a release date
Most of us know that iPhone 3.0 came out a couple of weeks ago for devlopers and now Apple has released a new build for developers. There have been a lot of different issues reported about the first 3.0 build and Apple has seemingly fixed quite a few of those issues. I for one have had an issue with it no longer working with the dock connector in my car on a Pioneer stereo you can find in our review section. The problem has been very intermittant and works about 1 out of 15 times. No word yet on if this new build fixes this problem, but it does address a number of issues including, search,copy and paste, tethering support, in-app purchases, push notifications and many more enhancements for developers. There is still no release date for the public, but if you have developer access, get your new build now.
Casio is releasing two new 9 megapixel cameras with the ability to record 720p video at 1000 frames per second. The EX-FC100 (5x optical Zoom) and EX-FS100 (3x Optical Zoom) will allow us to make extremely slow motion videos such as the show "Time Warp" (only slightly slower) and give us high def video to boot. It sounds like Casio is trying to one-up the competition with features found on more high-end devices. There is no word on price or release date yet, but if reasonable, these could be a great pocket recording device with some nice features, assuming the CCD or CMOS sensor performs well.Read More