CNET News Daily Podcast: Breaking down the T-Mobile G1

The T-Mobile G1 Android phone officially makes its debut, and Chrysler gets in on the electric car race.

The endless rumors and speculation over the G1 ended Tuesday when the T-Mobile phone officially made its debut. How does the first mobile device to run on Google's Android operating system stack up to expectations? CNET News reporters Stephen Shankland and Tom Krazit parse it out.

Plus, Chrysler gets into the electric car race, and a stroller that folds up all by itself.
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Today's stories:

The Android era begins

Windows Mobile 7 release delayed

Second of 11 alleged TJX hackers pleads guilty

Chrysler gets into electric car race

Intel putting $20 million in business social-net firm

Unisys CEO to step down

Dell launches global charitable initiative

Origami stroller uses wheel power

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