Friday, September 07, 2007

Getting Inside Google's gPhone

Maybe Google should charge $699 if they actually introduce a gPhone device, in order to be able to top Apple's rebate in a couple months :)... 

The new operating system, which may be named gPhone, was developed in part with know-how Google acquired with a startup named Android in 2005. The platform is designed to enable lower-priced "smartphones" featuring more robust Web browsing and multimedia applications. Most importantly for Google, it will work hand in glove with the company's mobile search engine and other Google applications that are already popular on personal computers. And it would allow Google to bring new applications to the wireless market faster. Google declined to confirm or deny this information.

Getting Inside Google's gPhone

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