Have Google and Apple stopped having super-fun sleepovers with smores and pillow fights? The New York Times seems to think so and we're not that surprised. An analytics firm points to some surprising sales information concerning Android and iPhone handsets.
Finally, one of our favorite apps and services makes an announcement that makes us sad. So very sad.
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Hot on the heels of the Motorola Droid release, Google entered the
mobile-phone market full-bore with its HTC-built Nexus One. Sporting
the Android 2.1 OS, the first official Google phone has been deemed
magical enough to be sold exclusively by the search giant and can only
be purchased directly from the big G’s online store--with or without a
Despite Google's handset device receiving a lot of hype and buzz, a mobile research firm is estimating that first week sales figures failed to deliver, and were far behind comparable sales when the 3G S launched.