After months of rumors and speculation, Google has finally revealed some details of its ambitious cellular phone agenda. The company said today that it is creating a new cell phone platform, called
Google confirmed this morning it has formed a coalition of partners with whom it will develop an open operating system for a planned Google phone. The coalition reportedly includes several wireless
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, on Monday Google will reveal its rumored alliance with various handset makers and at least on carrier in the U.S. for an "open" mobile OS. According
Google's stock exceeded the $700 mark yesterday, after press reports that the search engine giant is in advanced talks with U.S. wireless carriers over adoption of mobile phone software Google is
According to the most recent WSJ report about Google's plan to launch a branded handset in the U.S., the Internet search company is in talks with both Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel for devices
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According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, Google will announce its plans for a software platform for mobile phones within the next two weeks. The report claims the phones will be powered by
Google CEO Eric Schmidt this week floated the possibility that Google could make use of at least one partner to bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction in January. Google and others pushed for "opening"
Vinton Cerf, former MCI official, current Google advisor and chairman of the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), will be leaving his position at ICANN later this week when his
Google CEO Eric Schmidt this week floated the possibility that Google could make use of at least one partner to bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction in January. Google