Google can't seem to win one, and big telcos and cable TV companies can't seem to lose. After not getting what it wanted out of its campaign to change 700 MHz auction rules, Google's other pet
BusinessWeek has an interesting feature covering the various forms a Google-branded handset or mobile offering could take. Will it just be a mobile platform like a Symbian or Windows Mobile OS? And
Having the most sought after handset isn't enough for some mobile phone users. We need to make our phones our own, and if there is one phone
Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â The origins of the Google phone Just to be clear, there is no Google phone--not yet, anyway. Despite the persistent rumors, Google's top executives have never formally announced that a
GigaOm has a scoop today on what we can expect from the Google phone when it hits shelves: The phone is said to be mobile Linux based with JAVA apps as well as multimedia file support. There will
Â After months of rumors, Google is reportedly closing in on the worldwide launch of its branded handset, the so-called gPhone. Internet speculation went into overdrive during the holiday weekend,
As the international media waits with baited breath for the Google phone, the United States Patent and Trademark Office just
> M2Z's free WiFi plans quashed by FCC's decision to not give the company an exclusive license to build such a network.
According to widespread rumors, Microsoft is interested in buying BlackBerry maker, Research In Motion, which is an old, tired rumor that won't seem to go away. Many reports speculate that the fever
> Amdocs' QPass digital commerce unit has processed more than $2.5 billion in transactions.