On behalf of his neighbours in Florida—as well as California—Nathan Nabors is attempting to take on Google in a breach of contract class action lawsuit, due to the continuing problems with the Nexus One's 3G signal. You'd think he'd be better off taking his issue up with T-Mobile, really. [TechCrunch]
Google Sued By Floridian Man Over Nexus One's 3G Issues
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