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Google Nexus One Officially Sold Out from Store

Google Nexus One Officially Sold Out from Store

We heard a couple of days ago that the Nexus One, the first "superphone," was going to meet its end within the official Google Phone Store; and while we assumed that it wouldn't last long, we're still surprised to see that it happened this fast. Just two days later, and Google's letting everyone know that the last Nexus One has already been sent out, leaving the digital store shelves blank and uninviting.

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Google Nexus One Heading to Sprint

Google Nexus One Heading to Sprint

If you'll recall, the Google Nexus One launched back in January with T-Mobile USA exclusivity. It's just been made available with the appropriate 3G bands to rock on AT&T's 3G network (along with Rogers, up in Canada), and we just got word that the Google Phone, manufactured by HTC, is now officially coming to the Sprint Network.

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HTC Desire vs. Google Nexus One

HTC Desire vs. Google Nexus One

One of the biggest announcements from MWC 2010 this past week has been the official debut of the HTC Desire, instantly dubbed the Google Nexus One with HTC Sense. With HTC the OEM parent behind both theirs and the Google-branded smartphone, would-be buyers (and potentially remorseful Nexus One owners) are already looking for the differentiating factors between the two; check out our head-to-head comparison after the cut.

Google Nexus One $279 T-Mo subsidy confirmed

Google Nexus One $279 T-Mo subsidy confirmed

Earlier today we discussed leaked T-Mobile screenshots that indicated Google and the carrier were working together to reduce the Nexus One upgrade price for existing subscribers, bringing the price down from $379 to $279.  Now Google have officially confirmed the price change, with a spokesperson telling Phone Scoop that all "fully eligible T-Mobile subscribers" will be able to get a Nexus One at the lower price.  Full statement after the cut.

Dell Mini 3 and Google Nexus One UK launch plans unfold

Dell Mini 3 and Google Nexus One UK launch plans unfold

CES 2010's US-focus means we generally have to wait a little longer to hear about when some of the more appealing gadgets may make their way to foreign shores, but a couple of the headline-grabbing Android smartphones have already been promised to the UK.  Dell confirmed with Electricpig that the Dell Mini 3 would be, perhaps unsurprisingly, headed to the UK, together with the tease that the handset was apparently "built specifically with the UK in mind", while Total Telecom have heard from UK carriers T-Mobile and 3 that they're currently negotiating with Google over the Nexus One.

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Where are the Google Nexus One accessories?

Where are the Google Nexus One accessories?

As our Nexus One unboxing video demonstrated, when it comes to in-box entertainment Google are definitely expecting the smartphone itself to do the talking; included accessories are limited to an Android-branded slip case, an AC adapter and a USB cable.  In the run up to the Nexus One's debut, however, we saw leaks of various add-ons including a Bluetooth car dock and a Bluetooth desk dock; Google, though, made no mention of any Nexus One accessories, third-party or otherwise, at their launch event on Tuesday.

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