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« on: Sun, 22 Apr 2007, 15:58 »

http://www.engadget.com/2007/04/18/google-phone-launching-end-of-2007/
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« Reply #1 on: Sun, 22 Apr 2007, 21:08 »

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with "sources" claiming that European's Orange might be the first carrier to see the hotness
Gut, deci vor aparea si la noi rapid.
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« Reply #2 on: Sun, 22 Apr 2007, 21:13 »

teh real google phone
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« Reply #4 on: Tue, 24 Apr 2007, 09:30 »

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An auto-on camera that films your life and uploads it to you-tube
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« Reply #6 on: Tue, 24 Apr 2007, 10:52 »

 
No. That's because you have issues.

Oh...  blush right... >.> baby bounce wait.... damn!... that's not what I... OH, GLOWING TEXT!!!ONE
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« Reply #7 on: Tue, 24 Apr 2007, 15:00 »

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lol, http://www.omgvideo.com/ is better for that. da` la ce-mi trebe? pot sa pun pr0n pe ipod si gata tongue
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« Reply #8 on: Mon, 05 Nov 2007, 10:01 »

Google to unveil 'Android' phone software
 
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Google  is ready to unveil a suite of software for mobile phones based on  open-source technology, backed by some of the largest wireless industry  companies in the world. The company is expected to hold a press conference on  Monday to unveil the project, which is expected to incorporate software from the  Linux world into a mobile platform code-named Android that's designed to run on  phones, according to sources familiar with Google's plans. A software  development kit for what's being called "a complete mobile-phone software stack"  is believed to be in the works and will be released relatively soon thereafter,  the sources said. It's not exactly clear what kind of software will come as part  of that stack, but it's said to include everything you need to run a phone.  Also, don't expect to see a Google phone, or Gphone, on store shelves anytime  soon. And in such a large project with so many different players, plans and some  details could still change over the weekend. It's unclear when the final version  will be released. Google has repeatedly declined to talk about the Gphone or  confirm the Monday event.
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« Reply #9 on: Wed, 24 Sep 2008, 12:44 »

yeah. look at it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbJ_-phrWGs

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pls move last posts to: http://revolushii.ro/forum/index.php/topic,123.0.html
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« Reply #10 on: Tue, 30 Sep 2008, 11:05 »

Side-By-Side Comparison of T-Mobile G1 vs. iPhone


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Gizmodo has put together a handy graph that pits the G1, feature for feature, against some of its contemporaries. As you can see here, the T-Mobile G1 is the least expensive of the bunch, ringing in at a mere $179 with a two-year contract. The size of its HVGA touchscreen display is only second to the iPhone, but the Android gPhone has the added advantage of a full QWERTY keyboard to boot. Talk time on the battery is on par with the rest, and the camera seems to be about the same as the other HTC phones (Tilt, Touch Pro). The two most notable deficits on the T-Mobile G1, however, are the lack of Exchange support and the lack of desktop synchronization.
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« Reply #11 on: Fri, 03 Oct 2008, 22:45 »

Google Search on Android
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« Reply #12 on: Sun, 04 Jan 2009, 23:09 »

Android Netbooks Likely by 2010



VentureBeat reports that Google's Android mobile platform could make the transition from T-Mobile's G1 cell phone to full-featured netbooks. The site claims it got Android running on an Asus Eee PC 1000H in about four hours, and going by prior evidence and word from anonymous sources, it expects Android-powered netbooks to start hitting the market as soon as next year. There's no doubt that Android has clear advantages: backing from Google, freely available source code, and a solid Linux base. Using a current iteration of the operating system, VentureBeat managed to get Wi-Fi and audio working-and Android adjusted to the Eee's 1024x600 resolution automatically.
Based on the progress we see in the Android open source project, we believe that getting an Android netbook to market is doable in as few as three months. Of course, the timing depends as much on decisions by the partners in Google's OHA alliance and other developers contributing to Android, as it does on Google itself. It is these partners - including device makers and carriers - who decide how and when to adopt Android for different devices and markets. As we note below, Intel is one such contributor working on the adoption of Android to a notebook.

A mass production of the netbooks would be possible between three to nine months, depending on circumstances, two sources familiar with such matters told us. However, as we evaluate the progress of the various OHA projects, we expect conditions for a mass-market netbook to ripen in 2010, rather than in 2009. Right now a variety a of OHA members, announced and unnanounced, are working on projects to set up a sufficient ecosystem.

One important part of the ecosystem would be to have a set of well-functioning applications (an office productivity suite, for example). Google is mostly leaving applications development for Android to third parties (applications which run in the browser like Google Docs being the notable exception). At the rate things are going, we don't see enough of these third parties developing applications for Android netbooks in the next 12 months. There have been recent predictions about Android netbooks appearing in 2009.

Interesting, seems to be the beginning of Google's assault on Microsoft![/quote]
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