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Google's Nexus One Exit Has Chrome OS Implications

Now that Google has announced that it has received its final shipment of Nexus One phones and will be exiting its Nexus One phone business altogether, what should we make of the company's decision? Google is well-known for starting projects that it later abandons, so was the Nexus One just a misstep?

Google was reputed to have "a Google phone" in the works long before the Nexus One ever arrived. When it did arrive, it gave birth to many headlines claiming that Motorola and other early Android handset makers were upset at having to compete with Google.

 

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