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Is Google competing with their own vendors?

January 5, 2010 Leave a comment

Wow, Mark Sigal raises a very valid point that with the release of Nexus One, Google is now directly competing with the mobile phone hardware vendors and service providers they said they would not — and should not — compete with.

I’ll go further and say that Google selling the Nexus One is like Microsoft picking out just one hardware vendor, and then partnering with that vendor to sell hardware systems directly from microsoft.com. If you were the other hardware vendors, wouldn’t that piss you off?

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TechCrunch Nexus One review

January 5, 2010 Leave a comment

Phew, hopefully I’ll be finished reading all these Nexus One reviews soon. Here’s the latest Nexus One review, from TechCrunch.

I have to say, the universal opinion is that this is a very good phone, and a worthy iPhone competitor. And just think, Google’s Eric Schmidt was on Apple’s board the whole time all these plans were being developed.

O’Reilly’s take on Google’s Nexus One

January 5, 2010 Leave a comment

Here’s a nice review of Google’s Nexus One from Tim O’Reilly. While I’m in the neighborhood, here’s another Nexus One review from Walt Mossberg of All Things D.

I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing one yet, but this device sounds like a great iPhone competitor. Surprisingly though, the monthly price seems a little higher than the initial iPhone deal with Apple and AT&T.