Since the Nexus One mobile phone launch on January 5th, Google has seen less than stellar sales figures. According to Flurry.com, only 20,000 units were during that first week. Let’s compare for a moment to the iPhone 3GS first week sales, which were…. wait for it… 1.6 million! Yes, that’s million with an “M”. Below […]
Google has taken full advantage of their web properties when it comes to marketing the Nexus One Google phone. When the phone first released a couple of weeks ago, Google immediately put a text link ad on their homepage (Google.com) to promote the Nexus One website. Google has since taken down that link and replaced […]
Google has been getting hammered the last couple of days over their customer support for the new Nexus One phone. Complaints are piling up in forums on the web, and callers to HTC and T-Mobile are getting the run around… none of this is good for Google!
Wow, the negative content streaming onto the web over Google’s Nexus One phone today is coming fast and furious. Primarily, the issue of customer service is killing Google right now because in order to get any questions answered, you have to email Google and wait 2 – 3 days for a response. But the early […]
Sure, Google created an amazing Android operating system for mobile phones. And if they stuck to that – to just the operating system piece – then things might be going differently for Google right now. But Google decided to create it’s own branded phone – the Nexus One. And along with that “own branded phone” […]
When Google’s Nexus One phone released on January 4th, an intro video called Web Meets Phone was released on YouTube. I remember watching this video when there was only around 60,000 views – but now, the video has surpassed 1 million views (1,064,952 views as of this article). Here’s the video that is at the top […]
The Nexus One is clearly the most innovative phone to hit the market since the iPhone. And with the Nexus One being a Google product, of course we can expect advanced features to be “standard” with the phone. One of the “advanced” features – or I should say “amazing” features – is that with the […]