The Nexus One, released Tuesday, is dubbed a "superphone" by Google, and while revolutionary, what's really new is the way Google's selling it.
The newest Google phone, the Nexus One, will allow consumers to buy the phone unlocked. But watch out for the fine print.
By scheduling a press gathering the same day as the start of CES, Google is setting the Nexus One up for the same kind of coup that Apple scored with the iPhone in 2007.
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.
Boston, New York, and Detroit reelected their mayors. But in some other cities, the mayoral election results mean that a runoff will take place.
A New York City start-up has released the TwitterPeek, the world's first Twitter-only device. But the Peek won't do much that a good smart-phone doesn't already do.