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Google: Android still on track for 2008 debut

Google maintains the first Android OS-powered handsets will hit the market before the end of 2008, publicly refuting reports to the contrary. Last week TheStreet.com, citing sources familiar with

Google demonstrates Android applications

Google publicly demonstrated its forthcoming Android mobile operating system Wednesday during its annual developer conference in San Francisco, touting the platform's mobile web services, mobile

Cuban: Bow to Google, Little Guys

Chronic blogger and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, trying to keep his mind away from professional basketball until next season, takes a deep dive into

Google to offer iPhone-like app store for Android

It appears Google plans to offer an iPhone-like application store for the Android platform, offering developers a central place to distribute applications on its open-source platform. Adroid

Comcast CEO offers insight on Clearwire investment

Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts shed a little more light on the company's reasons behind investing more than a billion in the new Clearwire. Comcast, TimeWarner, Sprint, Google and Intel

Google shows off Android UI

Google for the first time unveiled what could be a nearly completed version of its Android operating system, which includes a touch screen and tools that look a lot like Apple's iPhone. During its

Voyant inks $2M white-space device deal

The FCC isn't finished testing white space prototypes for possible interference but that isn't stopping a technology holding company from entering the market and inking a $2-million contract for the

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Is it excitement or hype for mobile LBS?

By Brian Dolan In five short years mobile location-based services are expected to generate $13.3 billion in annual worldwide revenue, according to a recent report from ABI Research. Last year the

Google CEO: Mobile advertising to generate more revenue than today's web

In an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that the next major growth wave for Google in terms of search engine marketing is the mobile