Registration for Google’s annual developer conference opens today, and we expect it to sell out within the hour. The 2009 event sold out in 90 days, the 2010 event sold out in 10 days, 2011 sold out in 59 minutes, and last year’s sold out in under 30 minutes.
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“All I want for Christmas is the Nexus 4.” Too bad it’s perpetually sold out. Google blames LG for the shortages, yet that hasn’t stopped both companies from promoting the product with new ads. Check out this new Nexus 4 ad called “Holiday Photo Sphere” and let us know what you think.
If you have been waiting to buy a Nexus 4 or receive the one you already ordered, then you likely got an email from Google today. Customers who expressed interest in buying the Nexus 4 started receiving emails this morning that said new orders would be accepted today at 12:00 noon PST, U.S. ... Read More »
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We recently reported that some Nexus orders had started shipping from Google Play, but it appears a large number of Nexus 4 purchases have been moved to backorder and they are not expected to ship until three weeks. We received multiple reports within the last hour and confirmed this information when ... Read More »
Google’s Nexus 4 was set to go on sale today at 9:00 AM PT, but the devices went on sale a little early and now it appears they are sold out. Eager customers slammed the Google Play Store and it was flooded with errors. A lucky few ... Read More »
Registration for Google’s annual developer conference opens today, and we expect it to sell out within the hour. The 2009 event sold out in 90 days. The 2010 event sold out in 10 days. Last year’s event sold out in 59 minutes.
That didn’t take long. The ASUS Transformer Prime is temporarily sold out after being on pre-order for just a single day. Now when customers visit the Amazon Transformer Prime product page they are greeted with a message that says “Sign up to be notified when this item becomes available.”
The 32 GB model in ... Read More »
The LG Optimus V is the most affordable smartphone on the market. It is such a good deal that it is nearly impossible to find one for purchase. Virgin Mobile started selling the Optimus V for only $149 back in February, which is half the $299 asking price that Sprint charges for the ... Read More »
Some sad news today from the Android Developers Blog: the Nexus One is out of stock. We’ve known for some time that the supply for the general public had run dry, but the blow was alleviated by the fact that the phone would continue to be available to developers.
Well, that was the ... Read More »
Yesterday Sprint announced that the HTC EVO 4G smashed all their sales records and we wondered if they could keep up with demand. No sales figures have been released, but some are estimating about 200,000 units were sold. Our friends at Android Central pointed out Sprint.com was now sold ... Read More »