Monday, September 17, 2007

Gphone, Forget the i.

There are so much rumors about GPhone on the net. Sounds like a big hit, check it out!

The Gphone is coming; how Google could rewrite the rules

If done right, the Gphone and not the iPhone will be the one to change the face of the wireless industry.

Forget iPhone, Think Google Phone
Google Phone, if you think about it is a reasonable speculation. Google has been aggressive in developing location based services, has amp-ed up its local search and mapping services. In addition, it has also been mobilizing its applications such as GTalk and GMail. YouTube, the video arm of Google, is beginning to embrace the mobile ecosystem.

Five Facts About Google Phone
The story talks about a handful of Boston entrepreneurs and venture capitalists who have seen the phone, but are under NDA and can’t talk about it.

Getting Inside Google”s gPhone

A source familiar with the situation tells that Google may be preparing a new mobile platform, a would-be rival to the Nokia-dominated (NOK) Symbian OS, Microsoft's (MSFT) Windows Mobile, mobile Linux, Palm (PALM), and other operating systems.

Google spending hundreds of millons on mobile-WSJ
Anian, a Reuters company that tracks industry trends for institutional investors, reported last month that Google had engaged Taiwan's High Tech Computer Corp (2498.TW: Quote, Profile, Research) to design a Linux software-based phone for launch in the first quarter of 2008.

Google Pushes Tailored Phones To Win Lucrative Ad Market
A Google spokesman yesterday declined to comment on a Google phone project, but noted: "We are partnering with almost all of the carriers and manufacturers to get Google search and other Google applications onto their devices and networks."

The future for Orange could soon be Google in your pocket
The collaboration between two of the most powerful brands in technology is seen as a potential catalyst for making internet use of mobile phones as natural as on desktop computers and laptops.

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