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Folks in Canada are now able to purchase the Google Nexus One and BlackBerry Curve 3G via Mobilicity. The Google Nexus One is priced at $549.99, which is an unsubsidized, no-contract price. Meanwhile, the BlackBerry Curve 3G retails for $299.99 with no contract. As a reminder, the Nexus One has a 3.7-inch touchscreen, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, an Android 2.2 Froyo and an illuminated trackball. The BlackBerry Curve 3G features BlackBerry OS 5 (upgradeable to OS 6), a 2.4-inch (240×320) display, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, trackpad and a 2 megapixel camera. [Phandroid]

Google Nexus One Owners Receive Android 2.2 Update

Here is good news for those who have purchased the Google Nexus One. The official Android 2.2 update for the smartphone is now available via a direct link or through an over-the-air update. The update weighs in at less than 1MB. Unfortunately, this update currently applies to AT&T and T-Mobile handsets, and not everyone has received the upgrade automatically yet. [Ubergizmo]

Google Android 2.2 Froyo On Video

by Johan on May 20, 2010

Google Android 2.2 On Video

Google has confirmed the upcoming Android 2.2 Froyo at the Google I/O today. The new version promises to bring 2-5x faster CPU performance with its new Dalvik JIT compiler. Using the Android 2.2, you will be able to install application to your SD card storage. Android 2.2 also brings new Exchange capabilities such as calendar sync, remote wipe and improved security. Watch the video presentation after the jump to get more details. More

Google Nexus One To Receive Wi-Fi 801.11n Upgrade

It seems that the Google Nexus One will receive Wi-Fi 801.11n very soon. FYI, the Wi-Fi 801.11n is significantly better than the other Wi-Fi specifications, because it allows data transfer speeds of up to 600Mbps (as opposed to only 54Mbps). Watch the demo video after the jump. More

Google Nexus One Car Dock

by Johan on April 7, 2010

Google Nexus One Car Dock

Google has finally launched the official car dock accessory for the Nexus One smartphone that allows you to mount your handset on the car’s dashboard or windshield. What makes the Nexus One car dock special is that it also provides quick access to voice commands and Google Maps Navigation. Other features include built-in speakers and volume controls. If you want one, you can purchase the Google Nexus One car dock for $55 a pop. [Product Page]

Google Mobile App BlackBerry Storm

Here is good news for all BlackBerry Storm and Storm 2 owners, because the famous Google Mobile App is now available for these handsets. This new version features all of the useful features of Google Mobile App. You can also search using your voice instead of typing your query. You just need to hold the green button and speak your query in English, Mandarin Chinese, or Japanese. You can also use Google Mobile App to search your BlackBerry’s email and contacts. Visit in your BlackBerry’s browser to download Google Mobile App to your BlackBerry. [Google Mobile Blog]

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