Google filed a trademark for “Nexus One” on December 10th of this year, meaning the probability that a “Google Phone” does exist has dramatically increased. We’re still going to have to wait to hear how Google plans on selling this without pissing off other handset makers and operators if the rumours that this thing will be sold unlocked are true. Isa Dick Hackett, daughter of Philip K. Dick, the guy who wrote “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”, which was then turned into the film “Blade Runner”, is a bit upset that Google didn’t contact her since she holds the rights to the “Nexus” trademark. She’ll probably get a nice sum of money to sit down, shut up, and stop complaining. In other news, two videos have surfaced featuring the Nexus One. One has the device booting up, with the supposed retail box in the background, the other shows the animated home screen:
January can not come soon enough.