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> The NPD Group's latest report found that mobile phone sales to consumers in the U.S. reached 146 million units by the end of 2007 with total consumer sales of $11.5 billion, after rebates and

SPOTLIGHT: Google: Still not building a Gphone

Google announced once again that it has no plans to build its own handset based on the company's fledgling Android mobile OS. "We want every phone to be a Google phone," Vic Gundotra, head of

ALSO NOTED: Nokia taps Google; Yahoo and T-Mobile; and much more...

> Nokia and Google to offer Google Search across Nokia's handsets. Release

Barcelona is a LiMo scene

Trolltech integrates Qt framework with WebKit

Mobile software developer Trolltech-- acquired by Nokia in late January for $153 million--announced

Vodafone CEO: WiMAX has a home in LTE

Vodafone Group CEO Arun Sarin argued that we need about one sixth of the number of operating systems out there in the market and that WiMAX could find a place within the LTE standard. The executive

T-Mobile CEO on Android, femtocells and more

T-Mobile International CEO Hamid Akhavan said that the carrier's MyFaves offering now has 5.2 million customers in U.S. "We believe that we have found the pulse of community," Akhavan said. There are

FEATURE: FierceFlash- Google Android Demos and Keynote Photos

Texas Instruments displays their Google Android demo.

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> Is mobile really a sure thing for Google? Article

ALSO NOTED: AT&T's new marketing director; Mobile users outnumber non-users; and much more...

> Carl Icahn prepares to debut his blog. Article > AT&T hires new marketing