I’m finding this to be more and more common… for those who actually buy and try a Nexus One, they prefer it over the iPhone. Its looks like sales will continue to grow for the Nexus One (and all Android) once people can try and buy Nexus One’s in brink and mortor stores.
Meanwhile, I can’t wait to see what Team Apple rolls out for the new iPhone next week! 🙂
On April 24, I put aside my Google Nexus One and purchased a white 32GB iPhone 3GS from AT&T. Two days ago, I returned the Apple smartphone and cancelled the service. My reasons should interest anyone considering AT&T and iPhone between now and June 1st, especially, and after June 7th. The first date is when AT&T jacks up early termination fees; the second, when Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 4G.
10 reasons I dumped iPhone 3GS for Nexus One
I guess they’re talking about Apple? 🙂
“If we did not act, we faced a draconian future. Where one man, one company, one carrier was the future.” — Google
Why Google Made Android
This is a fascinating read…
Highly self-disciplined adolescents outperformed their more impulsive peers on every academic-performance variable, including report-card grades, standardized achievement-test scores, admission to a competitive high school, and attendance. Self-discipline measured in the fall predicted more variance in each of these outcomes than did IQ, and unlike IQ, self-discipline predicted gains in academic performance over the school year.
Self-Discipline Outdoes IQ in Predicting Academic Performance in Adolescents
Only 18months – thats pretty quick…
Google is done playing catch-up. Today they’re setting the agenda: With Android Froyo, Google TV, mobile ads and streaming media, Google isn’t just matching Apple—they’re taking the lead.
Google Is Leapfrogging Apple
Cummon… do people really want Twitter integration with Onstar? That seems like its going too far…
“While in your vehicle, you can use OnStar to submit and retrieve tweets (messages) via your Twitter account. Using OnStar’s Voice-Activated Hands-Free Calling system, and having your voice converted into text, you can provide updates which would appear in the “What are you doing?” section of your Twitter homepage. It is also possible to listen to a tweet that was sent to you by someone else after it has been converted into voice. You can send and receive tweets without having to type or read anything.”
Exclusive: Twitter integration coming to OnStar
I think its telling that 3 Texas cities made the list, and no California cities did… Even neighboring states like OK and LA were represented…
If the specs are open, why doesn’t Apple just make their own player?
The genius of the Internet is its almost infinite openness to innovation. New hardware. New software. New applications. New ideas. They all get their chance.
Our thoughts on open markets
This is actually surprising…
Android-based phones outsold the iPhone in the U.S. for the first time last quarter.
Google’s Android-based smartphones accounted for 28% of smartphone sales, while the iPhone accounted for 21%, according to market research firm NPD.
WHOA: Google Android Outsells Apple iPhone In The U.S.
I can’t wait until I can get all my sodas with real cane sugar again… yum!
The back-to-back, double whammy announcements that PepsiCo (PEP) is ditching high fructose corn syrup in Gatorade along with the results of a scathing new study from researchers at Princeton make it official — allies of the controversial sweetener have lost the war.
The Death of High Fructose Corn Syrup