Yet another report predicting Google is about to release its own phone raises more questions than it answers about Google's mobile strategy.
Robert X. Cringley wrote that two gPhones may be on the way to U.S. shores by the end of the year. But according to Don Reisinger, we should wait and see what happens before we call off the dogs.
Google is finally coming clean on open source in the mobile world.
The tech world is abuzz again with the rumor that Google is working on its own Android-based phone. Could the Gphone actually be? We discuss this and more on this week's Dialed In podcast.
Remember the rumor about Google working on its own Android phone? Well, it's back again, despite the fact that
Plans for Google's Android spark discussion about whether its Linux platform will prove more--or less--secure than Apple's proprietary iPhone.
Rafe and Molly argue the Gphone. Also Foleo.
Google is supposedly in serious talks with Verizon Wireless about using its upcoming Google-powered phones on its network, but a deal between the two companies is pretty unlikely.
If Google decides to break out of its shell and release a new cell phone that some are calling the "iPhone Killer," it will be a huge mistake.
Is Google really working on its own operating system for mobile phones? It seems we're likely to find out one way or another fairly soon.