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Google likely to unveil its Nexus One smartphone today!

Google's own Android-based smartphone

Google's news conference to be held at its Mountain View, California, headquarters today, January 5, would likely be the ideal platform for the unveiling of Google's own Android-based smartphone - Nexus One.

Google ‘Nexus One’ will fully support T-Mobile network; second version for AT&T likely

Google ‘Nexus One

With reports galore that Google will likely release its Android-based ‘Nexus One’ smartphone at a press conference at its Mountain View, California, headquarters on January 5, the indications thus far point to a full T-Mobile network support, including its 3G network, for the first Google mobile device.

Debut of Google's Nexus One Phone Expected This Week

Google Nexus One Launch

On Tuesday, Google is expected to unveil its first ever smartphone, the Nexus One, which will mark the search engine giant's expansion into the much lucrative smartphones market.

Google's Chrome Web Browser Grabs More Market Share than Apple's Safari

Google Chrome

According to the latest web browsers market share figures shared by Net Applications, Google's Chrome, which has lately become a very popular browser, has managed to inch past Apple's Safari in market share, to become the third most popular and largest used browsers.

Google patent may enable YouTube to host interactive games

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A February-filed, this-week-released, patent application by Google reveals endeavors towards building games on top of digital videos with the help of an interactive annotation system. In its patent filing, Google is evidently looking to patent “a method of providing an interactive game based on a digital video” using its YouTube and Google Video services.

Google’s Smartphone Might be Just Days Away

Google’s Smartphone Might be Just Days Away

Another leaked out but unconfirmed report about Google's smart phone revealed that Nexus One may contract for selling of 10 percent less than earlier. This will be $180 though earlier it was $200 per smart phone. The contract will be for two years.

Google likely to unveil its Nexus One phone at its Jan. 5 media event

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With industry watchers buzzing about Google's own Android-based phone, supposedly to be called 'Nexus One,' for weeks, the official unveiling of the device appears to be round the corner - most likely at the January 5 "Android press gathering" that Google is hosting at its headquarters in Mountain View, California.

Google Might be Introducing Chrome Netbook

Google Might be Introducing Chrome Netbook

Google's Chrome operating system might be out any day now, and potential users are eagerly waiting to get their hands on it. But there is another Google launch, rumors of which have started making rounds, and this launch has managed to garner even more anticipation and excitement.

Consumer Groups Criticize Google's AdMob Acquisition Deal

Consumer Groups Criticize Google's AdMob Acquisition Deal

Two dominant consumer groups have highly criticized Google's impending acquisition deal of AdMob, stressing that the Federal Trade Commission should altogether block it as the deal would diminish all competition in the mobile-advertising sector.

Google and Baidu Tied in Competition to Win Chinese Search Market

Google and Baidu Tied in Competition to Win Chinese Search Market

Baidu, the Beijing based company, dominates the search engine market in China, but it seems that Google is now stepping forward to take the popular Chinese search engine's place. The task, apparently, will not be easy as Baidu dominates most of China's market.

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