Google is rebooting its much-hyped Android One project that's supposed to bring low-priced smartphones to emerging markets. The company's managing director in India, Rajan Anandan, told the Financial Times that the program has "not delivered to expectations," due to shortages of the devices. In addition, they have cost as much as $100, limiting their appeal in the price-sensitive region. Of course, Google's ultimate goal is to increase its search business in huge emerging markets by getting connected devices into consumers' hands. It's now going to focus on hitting the pricing "sweet spot" in India -- between $30 and $50.