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What's next for Android now that the Dream is a reality

T-Mobile USA will officially unveil the HTC Dream--the first phone powered by Google's fledgling Android mobile operating system--at a New York City press conference scheduled for Tuesday morning,

Google's Android phone to capture 4 percent of market

The hype keeps getting hotter. Just days ahead of T-Mobile USA's launch of the HTC Dream--the first phone that will run on Google's Android mobile software--a new study has predicted the phone will

T-Mobile USA to launch Android phone in late October

T-Mobile USA is planning to release its first phone powered by Google's Android mobile software in late October, hoping it can compete with Apple's iPhone 3G and Research In Motion's BlackBerry

Google intros Search with My Location

Google introduced Search with My Location, a new application optimized for the Windows Mobile OS promising a simpler and more efficient mobile search experience. According to the web services giant,

Rumour Mill: Sept 23rd for T-Mobile Android launch

T-mobile is expected to announce an Android-based device later this month to coincide with a Google Developers Day planned for 23rd September in Germany. Insiders claim the launch has been dragged

Satellite: Google interested, Iridium busy

Google revealed its latest telecom passion this week--satellite telecom services. The Internet giant, along with several other companies, invested in O3b Networks, a new company that is looking to

Can the U.S. be the wireless innovation leader?

At conventions and trade shows companies often disparage the U.S. for being "behind the times" when it comes to wireless technology. Devices and applications that skyrocketed to popularity in Asia

Google's Chrome vision of the mobile web

The full scope of Google's mobile ambitions came into focus with last week's debut of the web services giant's new browser, dubbed Chrome. With its streamlined user interface, efficent search tools

SPOTLIGHT: YouTube increases market share

YouTube continued to widen its enormous lead in the online video space, claiming 49 percent of all online video views in July. Its eight closest competitors, like Yahoo!, AOL and Veoh, all lost

Google rolls out new products

Google continued its campaign to claim market share on every conceivable digital frontier Monday with two important product announcements. The Palo Alto giant--once simply a search giant--announced