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Google's new Buzz service gives you four ways to post updates from your mobile phone. We try the Twitter competitor on Google's own Nexus One.
The owner of the Qwikster Twitter handle is banking on selling it to Netflix, Verizon unveils a $99 4G LTE capable smartphone, and Google Wallet finally launches with support only on Sprint's Nexus S 4G phone so far.
Apple is expected to show off other computer products during the rumored iPad Mini event, Google will unveil a new Nexus phone and tablet, and ISIS joins the mobile payment scene.
Get the most out of your Google Nexus 7 tablet using these helpful hints from Donald Bell.
The Google Nexus One phone comes with a dedicated headphone jack, enhanced voice recognition, a fast processor, and will be sold as an unlocked phone through Google.
Finally, the Nexus One gets a new OS update that gives it multi-touch. The update also brings 3G connectivity improvements and access to Google Goggles. We also discuss the latest Android news like the Motorola Devour from Verizon Wireless, a possible new direct-from-Google phone from Motorola, an AT&T 3G version of the Nexus One, and a couple of new Android phones from HTC. Some non-Android news include the latest Sony Ericsson Aspen and the RIM BlackBerry Tour 9650. Then we go over our week's reviews and answer your questions.
A Siri alternative in the form of an app, the Galaxy Nexus gets dissected as the US launch approaches, and your Android phone may be ratting you out to Big Brother.
Power your Nexus 4 conveniently and wirelessly with the $59.99 Nexus 4 Wireless Charger.
Facebook's new smart search tool challenges Yelp, LinkedIn and Google. Also, new car tech unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show includes eye tracking, and hand gestures to change radio stations.
CNET Asia gets a First Look at Samsung's newest Android phone, the Galaxy Nexus. The big-screen, feature-packed phone runs on Google's new Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.