As the hype of the Google Phone ramps up, we ask if its open platform philosophy is enough to bring its competitors down.
The introduction of the G1 phone (the HTC Dream) is very nearly overshadowed by the marketing decision to destroy perfect innocent words in the commercials for it.
T-Mobile and Google will be having a joint press conference next Tuesday. Hmm.. I wonder what they'll announce?
Computerworld rounds up eight TSA-approved bags; the $220 Tom Bihn bag is the winner.
Speculation abounds that the HTC Dream will launch "within weeks."
CNET has just reviewed Logitech's entry into the iPod clock radio arena, the sleek Pure-Fi Dream, which lists for $199.
Leaked photos of HTC Dream surfaces on Engadget.
Automotive News reports on Pontiac model updates.
In today's show, we're introduced to the concept of the "banana phone" (complete with drawings), China tells GoDaddy to Go Away, and a Scottish bank sends a computer into the eBay abyss full of customer data.
TmoNews leaks a few details about the HTC Dream, which seem realistic, but it could be just a rumor