incrediBILL - 8:51 pm on Jun 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
Ya know, I'm a big old Android fan and I could care less about Google providing any form of music service as Amazon's MP3 downloads work just fine and I won't be switching to yet another service.
The real issue here is most people have music on their computer and their phone, and if you primarily do your music shopping on your computer and synch to the phone an Android solution won't interest you at all.
Nothing Google will do will impact iTunes if that buggy software and those buggy iPods can't drive people from iTunes then Apple is kinda unstoppable.
I'd get one [EV0] in a heart beat if it comes to Verizon.
It's really cool and cute but not quite ready for prime time IMO.
Verizon's no where close to catching Sprint's 4G rollout and apparently Sprint's nowhere close except in Vegas.
Buddy of mine got one and they're charging him $10/mo extra for 4G and he's rarely getting a 4G signal in the SV area, and when he does he claims it's not working well, if at all.
Also problems with bluetooth hands-free dialing, battery life is much worse than the smaller androids, and currently is only playing 30fps because of some bug.
I'm tempted too, but I think I'll wait until they fix it.