The built-in voice-to-text feature on Google's new Nexus One phone replaces rude utterances with hash marks.
Screenshots purport to show an application written for Google's Android operating system that lets people search for nearby stores that are open for business.
Gizmodo takes a super-secret meeting with a source and gets a chance to play with the smartphone--or, as the writer refers to it, Google's Droid killer.
A few months ago a photo of an alleged Google phone popped up online and spread like wildfire. Here's how mobile phone rumours work
TiVo plans to give advertisers detailed personal info about you, but is also offering lifetime service packages. Hmm. Stalemate.