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Google Nexus Two spotted in shape of QWERTY Motorola Shadow?

Google Nexus Two spotted in shape of QWERTY Motorola Shadow?

Salt at the ready?  According to the latest rumors out of China, you're looking at the Motorola Shadow and the device that may just end up the Google Nexus Two.  Bearing a marked resemblance to the Motorola DROID, all that's known about the Android smartphone is pretty much what we can see from the renders; that is, that it has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, large touchscreen and distinctive lanyard loop.

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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.

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Nexus One T-Mobile upgrade price cut to $279; Insurance now available

Nexus One T-Mobile upgrade price cut to $279; Insurance now available

Change is afoot with the Nexus One, or to be more accurate with Google and their initial carrier partner in the US, T-Mobile.  According to some leaked screenshots from internal T-Mobile systems, the pair are preparing not only to reduce upgrade pricing for the handset from $379 to $279 for existing subscribers, but to offer insurance for both unlocked and subsidized handsets.

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Official Nexus One Accessories incoming: Car Dock and Desktop Dock

Official Nexus One Accessories incoming: Car Dock and Desktop Dock

Last week we asked where all the Google Nexus One accessories were hiding, and with still no sign of any official peripherals for the handset we're happy at least to see official confirmation of the upcoming Nexus One Car Dock.  Commenter Chris Roberts flagged up mention of the Car Dock in Google's online documentation for the Nexus One, where it's tipped to be "coming soon".

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Google sell 20k Nexus One handsets in first seven days?

Google sell 20k Nexus One handsets in first seven days?

Google's Nexus One has only been on sale for just over a week, and unsurprisingly the search giant aren't being especially forthcoming with sales figures quite yet.  That hasn't stopped mobile application analytics company Flurry from sticking their collective neck out and estimating around 20,00 of the Android 2.1 devices had been sold, and contrasting that with first-week Motorola DROID sales of 250,000 handsets and iPhone 3GS sales of 1.6m handsets.

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Nexus One Vodafone Germany price leaked?

Nexus One Vodafone Germany price leaked?

Google may have been able to blur country boundaries with their (limited) international shipping for the Nexus One, but they haven't been able to quash import duties and taxes.  That's meant an extra sting in the unlocked tail of the Nexus One for those impatient enough to order it straight away, and a fair few folk preferring to wait until Google start offering the Android 2.1 smartphone locally.  Until now we didn't know how much that would cost, but a supposed leak from Vodafone Germany has tipped a contract price of €149.90 ($217).

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iSwitched: iPhone 3GS to Nexus One

iSwitched: iPhone 3GS to Nexus One

I switched! Yes indeed, I dropped AT&T and the iPhone 3GS in favor of the Google Nexus One and T-Mobile. I’d made many excuses as to why I put up with the painful AT&T network, from having apps that I needed to do my work to simply the daily habit of using the iPhone. When Google announced the Nexus One last week I wasn't even overly excited; I knew I wouldn’t be switching until I could rely on it for my day-to-day tasks.

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Google support forums flooded by deluge of Nexus One customer complaints

Google support forums flooded by deluge of Nexus One customer complaints

The Google support forums are awash with customer complaints about the newly released Nexus One smartphone.  Consumers buying the device are finding that Google's level of customer support is limited to email, which is only answered in a day or two - there happens to be absolutely no direct phone support available at all.  The main complaint according to Engadget appears to be owners reporting that their device either never switches to 3G, or, it is constantly switching between 3G and EDGE (and 3G coverage debate).  It is reported that many of those having difficulties are so frustrated by Google’s lack of response and feedback that some are returning their phones to purchase competing models.

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