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by Angeline Booher / November 9, 2007 7:38 AM PST
}Not exactly. The long-rumored Google cell phone is still TBD, but they've announced their cell phone platform (called Android) that will eventually power a smartphone to rival other current leaders such as the Palm Treo, Apple's iPhone and the ever-trusted BlackBerry. I say, forget the hype and embrace what works now.

This is from a CNet on-line course offered. The link is long, but I'll include it for source verification. The rest is about the course itself.

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If this phone does come to pass, with more and more phones coming on the market, will, perchance, prices fall? I mean especially for the time used. I know companies offer so many free minutes, but I see people talking on them all of the time. I don't see ow they can afford the costs.

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