Posts tagged Google Phone
We have had the very popular and cost effective Skype as a VoIP service provider giving services to call phones from a computer but the latest bang in the market has been blown up by Gmail! If you already are a Gmail account holder like most of us then this comes as a good news for you. Though Google launched this voice calling service two years back in August 2011, its recent decision not to cease it and to let it continue on till the end of the year 2013 has revoked a sense of happiness of commitment of the email service provider and its clients.
So you want to root your precious Nexus One but are unable to do so due to the complexity of the multi step process and the fear of bricking your N1? Well here is good new for you – one click root for the first Android 2.1 phone is now available.
I don’t know why but some folks have been wondering if Google’s plan to follow up the Nexus One with another Android flagship device possibly Nexus Two. This very question has been answered by Eric Schmidt himself. No, the search engine giants aren’t willing to take another risk is a summarized version of a detailed answer given by the Google CEO.
Behold Nexus One universe, the moment that you all have been waiting for impatiently has arrived. The flood gates to using Flash 10.1 on your Google Phone have been opened as the the official roll out of Froyo for Nexus One has begun. Just wait for the message on your phone and you will have Froyo running on your phone in a matter of minutes.
Google has announced that the days of Nexus One web store are numbered. The search engine giants will be switching to the more conventional and widely used option of selling Android phones via retailers and carriers. Google started experimenting with web store option in January with the launch of their very own branded, first Android 2.1 device known as the Google Phone.
Google these days seems to find itself on the wrong end of the road be it the end of its search operation in China or be it the not so successful Nexus One. The main focus of this post is Nexus One and its falsely claimed touch screen resolution. According to the search engine giants, the Google Phone has a touch screen with 800*480 pixels resolution. Start counting the pixels and you will yourself know the actual resolution.
Guess who decided to join the Nexus One party? Sprint is the latest carrier to have open its sales gates for Google‘s first online sold mobile phone. With this, it becomes the fourth telecommunication company to offer the phone, the other three being T-Mobile (first to launch), AT&T just launched it and Verizon preparing to do so. Unfortunately, that’s all that was revealed by the US based company Details regarding the price and availability are still unknown. Sources say that these details might be unveiled next week at the CTIA event.
During the last week, a car racing game was released for both the Android and iPhone platform, called Raging Thunder 2. We all know how the game will run on iPhone, impressive to say the least. But what I intended to find out was how will the racing title run on Nexus One, which is the purpose of this post. Just now I came across a video posted by YouTube user, chazclout which shows the game running on Google Phone. The video can be seen after the jump.
I know the title of the post is ugly specifically for Nexus One users. On the other hand it gives Droid owners some thing to brag about. Taylor Wimberley of Android and Me, courtesy his friend Robert Green of Battery Powered Games came across this horrible fact (low quality touch screen ) regarding the Android 2.1 powered Google Phone. A video was published as well which gives visual demonstration of what exactly are they talking about. Video after the jump.
Rumor has it that the CDMA version of Nexus One will be making its way to Verizon on 23rd March. Is this the Nexus One day or what. A few hours back we shared with you the news of possible arrival of on Verizon in April and now this update. All in all a good news won’t you agree.