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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

Google promises free consumer trials for Android apps

Google will offer consumers free trials of mobile applications available on its Android Market virtual storefront according to Andy Rubin, who spearheads Android efforts for the web services giant.

T-Mobile USA allows more G1 pre-orders

Ahead of the Oct. 22 launch of the G1, the first phone powered by Google's Android software, T-Mobile USA is allowing customers to book pre-orders up until Oct. 21 for shipment at a later date,

MSN Video to roll out in South Korea

Microsoft has decided to challenge Google's YouTube Korea and South Korean local Pandora for market share in the growing South Korean online video market. Microsoft Korea will launch a beta version