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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 10, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 10, 2012

Welcome to Wednesday evening, everyone. Today Samsung sent out formal invites to its upcoming Galaxy Note II press event in New York City, and we were told that HTC will be backing out of the US tablet market, at least for a little while. RIM is trying to lure developers into BlackBerry 10 with a new "$10K Developer Committment," in which RIM says it will give developers $10,000 if their app reaches $1,000 in sales. RIM also opened up app submissions for BlackBerry 10 developers today, and we heard that the rumored LG Nexus 4 smartphone may be making its debut on October 29.

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HTC Nexus One making tiny satellites a reality for NASA in 2013

HTC Nexus One making tiny satellites a reality for NASA in 2013

If you think about what sort of computers we were working with just a few years ago and compare them to what's now possible in the palm of your hand with smartphones, a NASA satellite running on Android should't seem all that strange to you. That is to say a NASA satellite working with a smartphone running Google's Android - that smartphone being the HTC Nexus One, a device that's now gone through many years of tests and will be heading to space (again) in 2013 with a program called PhoneSat, dedicated to small, low-cost, easy-to-build "nano-satellites."

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Google: No Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus One

Google: No Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus One

Google's original Nexus One will not get an official upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it has been confirmed, with only the Nexus S getting the latest version of the smartphone platform. While the Nexus S will get updated "within weeks" of Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) going live, Google's Hugo Barra confirmed to the Telegraph, the exec admitted that the Nexus One hardware was simply too old to support the new OS.

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Google Nexus Plus: Somewhat of a Reality?

Google Nexus Plus: Somewhat of a Reality?

When I say Nexus Plus, you know I mean Nexus+. We've got a rumor here published by one above-average unbelievable source, that being a "G00gle Plus" account on Facebook that publishes information like a real source only to get followers - and heck, why not? Such things can be fun, right? Only here's the catch: their newest update has some really REALLY juice information you'll not be able to get anywhere else, it's no copied-down watered-down re-release like the rest of their statuses. This newest status says they've seen the newest Google Nexus device, and they're saying that this "Nexus 3 (name not finalized)" will have "the special one click sharing button for Google+."

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Nexus 4G Next-Generation Android Ice Cream Sandwich Device in Full Suggested Detail

Nexus 4G Next-Generation Android Ice Cream Sandwich Device in Full Suggested Detail

Today there's been a what amounts to a flurry of activity surrounding the next-generation Nexus device basically certainly on the way from Google's labs and whatever carrier they decide on pairing with. The big news comes via a report coming from a source speaking with BGR that notes several new and very plausible details on the so-called Nexus 4G, aka the next step in Google-partnered Android devices toting their most vanilla version of their current mobile operating system, whatever that Android may be. What lies below is an account of everything we've learned thus far, including rumors leading back months ago. We can't wait!

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Nexus One gets Android 3.0 Honeycomb port

Nexus One gets Android 3.0 Honeycomb port

Honeycomb has hit the Nexus One, though the tablet OS on the original Google phone won't exactly set the world on fire, at least not in this early stage. xda-developers' bypass23 has ported the Android 3.0 SDK to the Nexus One, complete with some tricks and tweaks to make the landscape display work properly and the app drawer function as it should.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 14 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 14 2010

Get pumped up with caution! Why? Because they may have found a cure for Aids. Remember though, this study has provided ONE success - not like we've discovered aliens here. Learn after that, if you're a parent how to use technology. Take a peek at final details of Nexus S sales at Best Buy on opening day. Get Lotus Notes on your Android. Get Android 2.3 Gingerbread on your Nexus One. Get futuristic with KAIST selling eight HUBO 2 robots to US and Singapore and get prepared for a wacky day here on the R3 Media Network. Believe that.

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