Eric Schmidt spoke at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco today (a live video feed is embedded below for those of you who catch this post soon enough) and he showed off a Nexus S, though he refused to say anything regarding the model name or manufacturer. He did however joke that, although Google would not be producing a Nexus Two, the letter S is another story. Schmidt also said that the phone will be equipped with NFC technology, which would allow the swiping of the phone over compatible credit card terminals for far-too-easy, caught-up-in-the-moment gear purchases. Pretty cool. Schmidt also said that Gingerbread will be available to the public within the next few weeks.
Via TMoNews and BGR