Announcing the Google Nexus One

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 06 Jan 2010 at 14:39

Google's Nexus One Android smartphone may be the turning point for Android in its battle for respect from the otherwise iPhone-carrying set of consumers. Or maybe not (see this New York Times article). Released to Google employees about a week ago, the Nexus One was released to the general public on Tuesday January 5th, 2010. We took this opportunity to take some photos.

I was particularly impressed by the camera on the Nexus One and its vivid colour. The image of red lips below is completely unenhanced (colour was removed from the rest of the image to ensure our attention was not distracted).

Android Phones are getting quite Sexy

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 31 Dec 2009 at 07:56

I did an Android phone photo shoot today. In a few days we will publish some shots of the very latest models. We develop for this platform.

Not the best screen hygiene, but a sign of good develpment

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 24 Dec 2009 at 06:11

If your screens don't look like this then (a) you have better screen hygiene than these developers, but perhaps (b) you're not doing eXtreme Programming right, and in particular, you're not doing paired programming. Having fingerprints all over the screens is an artifact of active collaborative development.

Learn more about Paired Programming on Wikipedia, including references to research on its effectiveness.