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  1. Industry News
    Upstart wireless provider Mobilicity has announced it will soon be carrying Google's flagship smartphone, the Nexus One. The company did not provide an exact date for the launch. Powered by Android V2.2, the device was first released in January of this year. Initially Google only sold the Nexus...
  2. Industry News
    In a blog posting last Friday, Google announced it will stop selling the Nexus One smartphone and will be closing the Nexus One web store. The Android smartphone will continue to be sold by partners including Vodafone in Europe, KT in Korea, and possibly others based on local market conditions...
  3. Smartphone/Tablet (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
    I am facing a choice regarding choosing a provider and telephone in Toronto, ON. What I want is and Android phone with the possibility of upgrading it to Android 2.2. I can either buy an unlocked phone myself or take a subsides one from the provider. Depending on what are the advantages of...
  4. Industry News
    Last week, we told you that Rogers Wireless and Wind Mobile customers could now order the Google Nexus One phone for use in Canada. This week Google has updated its site to confirm that the device can also be used on the Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility 3G networks in Canada. Here's what the...
  5. Telus Mobility, Public Mobile, and Koodo Wireless
    Last week there was some discussion on whether the Nexus One could be used on the Telus and Bell Mobility network so Updated on the Nexus One website this week
  6. Industry News
    Google today announced that beginning today; Canadians can order the Nexus One phone for use on the Rogers Wireless or Wind Mobile network in Canada. For Canadians, two versions of the unlocked device are currently being offered. Both versions support four GSM radio frequencies...
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