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Google building a Nexus One for enterprise

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CES: Google building a Nexus One for enterprise [ces.cnet.com]
CNET - 2010 CES
January 9, 2010

Interview with Andy Rubin, who co-founded Android and sold it to Google, where he is now vp of engineering.

...Interesting. Rubin mentions that Google is working on an enterprise version of Nexus One. What's an enterprise version of Nexus One like? Does it support Exchange? Rubin says it might, but steers the conversation to Gmail and other Google services. He also notes that it might have a real keyboard....

Interview also includes comments on Google's poor customer service for Nexus One, and Google's intention to change the current mobile phone business model.

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There's already support for Exchange in the Verizon Droid but it costs extra so I'm not sure why support for Exchange is still being questioned?
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I have Exchange free on my Palm Pre as a default feature... And it configured itself automatically with little input from me. Ok, I have a business phone!
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Exchange is still being questioned?

because exchange is made by microsoft, and google loves to hate microsoft.

they probably think they shouldn't support exchange cause all of those people should be using gmail instead!

im sure they really think they can take everyones e-mail servers away.