Find out more about the decision, how many units were actually sold, and whether or not current Nexus One users will continue to receive support after the break.
- Android 2.2 is finally being pushed to the Nexus One — Gadget Lab
- Wii Summer Games Competition launches in July — Joystiq
- Browser speed: Safari vs. Firefox vs. Chrome vs. Opera — Lifehacker
- iPhone hits AT&T stores, promptly sells out — Engadget
Now, turns out that the Nexus One model wasn't as successful as Google hoped. It just announced changes in the availability of the phone, effective immediately. Find out what that means for you after the break.
- OMG, these WTF jeans hold your gadgets — Dvice
- Finally! A Chatroulette music video — Urlesque
- Best Buy heist was straight outta Mission Impossible — Switched
- HTC says not to carry your Nexus One in your pocket — Gizmodo
- Awesome yet confusing wall clock — Oh Gizmo!
- 5 ways to reduce monitor glare — Unplggd
- Project Runway's Chloe Dao's latest gadget cases — Chip Chick
- Google is charging its own early termination fees on top of carrier ETFs for the Nexus One — MobileCrunch
- Wal-Mart acquiring web on-demand video service Vudu in hopes of gaining a slice of iTunes' pie — Silicon Alley Insider
- Zune HD gets a sweet "Pandora-like" firmware update — Dvice
- Check out the trailer for Twilight: Modern Warfare 2 (warning: spoilers ahead) — MTV Multiplayer
- Soon you can upload, share, and store 1GB worth of any 250MB file type to Google Docs for free — Download Squad
- Submit your Cool Captures for your chance to win a CanvasPop print — GeekSugar
This was a week of big announcements! Thanks to the start of CES, we were introduced to a ton of new gadgets this week, and Google (finally!) announced its new mobile phone, the Nexus One. Check out some of the coolest gadgets I saw this week, plus more stories you might have missed — like the rediscovery of a favorite childhood board game!
I understand why the pricing works this way, but it is a hefty sum of money. In theory, the idea of an unlocked phone and the freedom that comes with it is great, but in practice, I don't know that I'd shell out that much cash for the privilege. Would you?