WSJ: Google Talking to T-Mobile to Sell Nexus One
Today, the Wall Street Journal reported that Google is in talks with T-Mobile to sell its recently revealed Nexus One Android phone. Citing people familiar with Google's plans, the Journal said that, "Google would offer the phone...cheaper to T-Mobile carrier's subscribers because T-Mobile would pay Google for helping sign up a new customer." Google is conducting corresponding talks with other wireless network operators. Neither Google nor T-Mobile has officially confirmed that they are in such talks.
Google Gives Nexus Phones Access to WiFi Assistant
Google this week made its WiFi Assistant feature available to all Nexus devices. The tool is a direct carryover from Google's Project Fi.
Google Wireless Service May Require Nexus 6
Google's forthcoming wireless service will only be available to the Nexus 6 handset at launch, reports the Wall Street Journal. Citing sources familiar with Google's plans, the Journal says Google's wireless service will "weave together" access from T-Mobile and Sprint's cellular services, in addition to WiFi.
Google's Wireless Service to Launch Wednesday
Google is prepared to launch its wireless service as soon as tomorrow, according to the Wall Street Journal. Google's wireless service will rely on the mobile networks operated by Sprint and T-Mobile, in addition to WiFi.
Google Hoping to Glue Its Mobile Wallet Back Together
Google is seeking help from its carrier and hardware partners to revitalize its flagging Google Wallet service. According to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal, Google is waving more cash in front of network operators to feature the app on their Android smartphones.
Google May Combine Android and Chrome By 2017
Google plans to merge its Chrome operating system with Android as soon as 2017, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing sources familiar with Google's plans. Google has already been working to bridge the Chrome-Android gap for two years and has recently made progress.
Dear Google, Can you buy T-Mobile for Christmas?
Nexus One on T-Mobile 3G!! - Come'ON!!
ATT, Verizon, they are big enough to take risks but don't care enough to take them.
Plus, T-Mob has 21MPS HSDPA+ c...
Looks like a great product on an even worse 3G Broadband Coverage than AT&T. Please rethink this alliance
Why? If you live in Tmobile's 3G coverage area and want a supposedly innovative cellphone...
come on google.........