The Nexus One sports the same Broadcom chipset as the HTC Desire, which has FM radio support, though Google has yet to enable this feature on the handset. Luckily the Nexus One is pretty open, so naturally somebody like intersectRaven from xda-developers came along and released a kernel with FM support baked right in. You’ll have to install a custom ROM, but at least it’s possible. [via AndroidPolice]