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Google phone Android and T-Mobile
« on: September 23, 2008, 05:36:10 PM »
Did you hear the news?


September 23 is the date. Tuesday, T-Mobile is slated to unveil a "Google phone" built by Taiwanese firm HTC. It is the mobile telephone tailored to run on Google\'s Android software.

Google is hoping Android will become the dominant operating system for mobile phones. It is designed to improve the speed and quality of using the Internet on handsets.

Android is being developed as an "open source" platform, meaning anyone is free to use the technology to make mobile telephones compatible with the networks of multiple carriers.

Google announced Android plans late last year and analysts reacted by saying it could potentially transform the mobile telephone market by providing service supported by advertising instead of subscription fees.

The device will be in stores as early as October.

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wow am excited to have google phone on my list =)

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Google phone Android and T-Mobile
« on: September 23, 2008, 05:36:10 PM »

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