No Google phone in the immediate future

You can rest assured that you won't see a Google phone anytime soon. Google CEO Eric Schmidt told the press during its "Press Day" event that it's not interested in launching an MVNO or participating in the upcoming advanced wireless services (AWS) spectrum auction, although it may do so through a partner. Rather, Google will continue to launch more mobile applications, enhance mobile search and pursue advertising on phones. Interestingly enough, the Google WiFi network didn't work for the group of about 100 journalists who had to file stories remotely from the event.

To read more about Google's mobile plans:
- check out this report from Light Reading
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take a look at this article from News.com

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