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Galaxy Nexus sales frozen: Google promises imminent fix

Galaxy Nexus sales frozen: Google promises imminent fix

Google has pulled the Galaxy Nexus from its official Play store, no longer offering the unlocked, HSPA+ version of the Samsung smartphone after Apple convinced a judge to preserve its preliminary injunction. As of this morning, the Galaxy Nexus listing shows the handset as "coming soon" with a sign-up box for notifications; exactly when it will go on sale is unclear, though some suggestions indicate a workaround might mean that happens sooner rather than later and Google has promised it will hit shelves again sometime next week.

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Google Nexus 7 vs the iPad

Google Nexus 7 vs the iPad

It's time for the inevitable comparison between the newest tablet on the market, the Google Nexus 7, and the dominant device in this category: the iPad. While the comparison might seem like the obvious thing to do, it's much more sensible to compare to the Amazon Kindle Fire - and before we get too deep into the specifications on either end, you need to know: Google is in a much better position right this second than Amazon. While the Kindle Fire has been a relatively giant force on the market over this past holiday season, it's had nothing on the iPad's market share in the entire time it's been on the market. As for the Nexus 7, you've got a beast that's ready and willing to be a competitor for both tablets.

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GSM Galaxy Nexus gets docks in the Google Play Store

GSM Galaxy Nexus gets docks in the Google Play Store

When Google released the Galaxy Nexus on the Play Store for a wallet-tempting $399, it seemed like they were tired of waiting for the likes of AT&T and T-Mobile to get their own versions of the developer phone out the door. Similarly, Verizon customers have been waiting about six months for first-party accessories for the popular phone. Verizon owners will have to keep waiting, but those who bought the GSM phone in the US can now deck it out with various docks.

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You want a Galaxy S III, not a Google Galaxy Nexus

You want a Galaxy S III, not a Google Galaxy Nexus

This week Google revealed that they'd be selling their own devices once again, so to speak, with a Galaxy Nexus in-store before the Samsung Galaxy S III release. Of course Samsung manufactures both of these devices, and only one will be hitting your pocket for the Summer - so what's it going to be? Google wont be carrying the Galaxy S III, but it will have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich - but the Galaxy Nexus has that software in the nude.

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Google selling HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus for $399

Google selling HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus for $399

Well hello there, Mr. Galaxy Nexus! What are you doing over there on the Play Store? Shouldn’t you be offered through carriers? It seems Google is going to try once again to sell unlocked handsets directly to the public. They’ve just unveiled the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus on the Play Store for the very reasonable price of $399. Only those in the United States will be able to purchase the device, however.

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Is Google burning a hole in its Motorola firewall?

Is Google burning a hole in its Motorola firewall?

Google will make a "substantial investment" in Motorola Mobility once acquisition of the smartphone and tablet company is complete, insiders reveal, with a goal of building "truly innovative devices" and turning around its fortunes. The hands-on approach, tipped to the WSJ by sources close to Google, would seemingly differ significantly from the so-called "firewall" between the Android developer and Motorola which platform chief Andy Rubin has insisted will be in place.

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Google Wallet co-founder jumps ship to Square

Google Wallet co-founder jumps ship to Square

The man who co-founded the Google Wallet mobile payment platform and was instrumental in setting up the core of its technology has now left Google and will be working for a competing payment platform, Square. Square has gained significant traction for its frictionless credit card reader that lets iPhone owners accept plastic payments anywhere, anytime, and they pay nothing except a small transaction fee for every purchase.

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