Computerworld: What Google’s Nexus One isn’t. It comes unlocked, but you won’t find tethering or multitouch

Google introduced the much-hyped phone on Tuesday during a press event at its Mountain View, California, headquarters. The Nexus One was expected to be the long-awaited “Google phone,” the so-called device that would be designed, branded and sold by Google. The Nexus One seems to meet two of those three.

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