Google's Nexus One, Apple's iPhone, and Blackberry are three huge fish in the smart-phone sea. But there might be room for even more than those three.
If Google's new phone, the Nexus One, can succeed while being marketed directly to consumers, it could change how mobile phones are sold. But tall challenges remain.
Market research firm IDC says Nokia leads the pack in worldwide smartphone sales. But BlackBerry isn't far behind.
Verizon is touting its Droid phone as an Apple killer. But one blogger says that a cheaper iPhone is close to release – and it could run roughshod over the big Droid launch.
On Friday, Verizon will unveil the Motorola Droid. But a day before the official release, many eyes are on the smaller, lower priced Verizon Droid Eris, which is manufactured by the Taiwan company HTC.