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 the fact that AT&T has whined almost incessantly about
smartphone users gobbling up bandwidth and despite the fact that CEO
Ralph de la Vega seems to think there just isn't enough 3G capacity,
gosh darnit, and iPhone users might have to be throttled back on their
data plans, the carrier is ready to add more smartphones.
Anyone else see some disconnect between these facts?
Not content with bringing multiple operating systems to the desktop, VMware is now hard at work on bringing its technology to smartphones, allowing the devices to run two different operating systems at once. Could your iPhone someday soon also run Android?