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Photos: T-Mobile's G1 Android Phone

Check out our photo unboxing of the T-Mobile G1- the first Google Android phone.

FCC set to vote on white-space issue Nov. 4

The FCC's Office of Engineering Technology (OET) released a report stating white-space devices with geolocation and sensing technologies could be used with some conditions without interference to

FCC hopes to vote on white-space on Nov. 4

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is seeking an Election Day vote by the commission on white-space, bringing to a head a long-running debate over whether white-space should be

Rumor Mill: G1 Android phones start shipping ahead of schedule

T-Mobile USA may be getting a little bit ahead of itself. The official launch date for T-Mobile's G1, the first phone powered by Google's Android OS, is supposed to be Oct. 22. Word is now filtering

Rumor Mill: Motorola developing Android social-networking phone

Last month it was reported that Motorola was gathering a research and development team to produce its

Rumor Mill: T-Mobile pre-sells 1.5 million G1 phones

T-Mobile USA has pre-sold around 1.5 million G1 phones, the HTC-manufactured handset that will run Google's Android operating system, according to various reports. Last week, FierceWireless reported

Google announces AdSense for Games

After announcing a click-to-buy feature in YouTube videos, Google continued to roll out big plans for online

Is there a winner in the LTE vs. WiMAX debate?

At last week's WiMAX World conference in Chicago, some advocates were quick to claim a WiMAX victory in the 4G technology race. "WiMAX is here and it's paving the way for 4G" was a refrain I heard

YouTube adds Click-to-Buy

Google announced in a blog post entitled "I clicked to buy, and I liked it" that it has added a click-to-buy feature to YouTube's community features. When a user hears a song they like in a video or

Pastor Joel Osteen joins white spaces debate

Joel Osteen, the pastor of Lakewood Church in Texas, who's weekly service attracts 40,000 people and a television audience of more than 7 million, has joined the white space debate and notified the