Google's Nexus S phone hits the stores tomorrow, so a group of Google engineers decided to demonstrate the phone's durability by launching a bunch of them into space using weather balloons.
Last week, the Internet got a blurry look at Google's next flagship Android smartphone, the Nexus S. Google's CEO Eric Schmidt announced yesterday that the smartphone will come pre-loaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The coming update will let future Android smartphones essentially become credit cards.
Google's Nexus One was its first foray into selling Android phones directly. It's not clear whether or not Google will try to do the same thing again with the next Nexus, but no matter how it's sold, here's the Nexus S.