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The Android era begins with T-Mobile's G1

T-Mobile's unveiling of the first phone powered by Google's Android software will be only the beginning of a long effort to rewrite the rules of the mobile communications industry.

T-Mobile's unveiling of the first phone powered by Google's Android software will be only the beginning of a long effort to rewrite the rules of the mobile communications industry.

Google releases final Android programming kit

The new software developer kit can be used to produce software for T-Mobile's G1 and other Android phones to come later.
(Posted in Business Tech by Stephen Shankland)
September 24, 2008 9:08 AM PDT

For Google's Android phone, it's what's inside that counts

news analysis The new T-Mobile G1 may be no beauty, but its software creates a mobile Web surfing experience that beats much of the competition.
(Posted in Wireless by Marguerite Reardon)
• Video: Google VP talks platform and developers
September 23, 2008 2:42 PM PDT

T-Mobile G1 Vs. Apple iPhone 3G

Here's a simple side-by-side comparison chart of the two devices, with what we think are important design and feature differences.
(Posted in Crave by Nicole Lee)
September 23, 2008 5:08 PM PDT

Qualcomm CEO dials up Google phone history

Paul Jacobs talks about how his company's chip got into the T-Mobile G1, the first phone to run Google's Android operating system.
(Posted in Nanotech: The Circuits Blog by Brooke Crothers)
September 23, 2008 9:15 PM PDT

T-Mobile caves on 1GB data limit for G1

The carrier had planned to throttle users' data connection if they exceeded 1GBs of usage in a month, but is dropping that limit from its marketing materials.
(Posted in Wireless by Tom Krazit)
September 24, 2008 4:03 PM PDT

How the T-Mobile G1 stacks up

We compare the T-Mobile G1 with other notable phones like the iPhone on design, interface, connectivity, and other features.
(Posted in Crave by Nicole Lee)
• T-Mobile G1: What we didn't get
September 23, 2008 9:39 AM PDT

T-Mobile G1 details, price, and launch date revealed

If you live in the U.S., you'll be able to get your hands on the phone next month. You'll get Wi-Fi and 3G support, contextual search, a touchscreen, and a whole lot more.
(Posted in Crave by Nicole Lee)
• T-Mobile G1-specific data plans
September 23, 2008 8:23 AM PDT

Podcast: Breaking down the T-Mobile G1

No more speculation--does the first mobile device to run on Android meet expectations? CNET News reporters Stephen Shankland and Tom Krazit parse it out.
(Posted in Daily Podcast)
September 22, 2008 12:45 PM PDT

The G1, aka HTC Dream, looks like a Sidekick and is all about Google. In New York, the first phone to use Google's Android operating system is revealed.
(Posted in Image Galleries)
• Slide show: T-Mobile G1
September 23, 2008 11:25 AM PDT

Live blog: First Google Android phone is unveiled

T-Mobile USA shows off the G1, the debut device to run Google's long-awaited mobile operating system, Android. CNET News reports from the launch event in New York.
(Posted in Wireless by Marguerite Reardon)
• Video: T-Mobile launches G1, first Google Android phone
• Google Maps groks New York public transit
• Early views of Android phones bubble up
September 23, 2008 8:18 AM PDT

Google's Android: It's not just for phones

Android is for phones, right? One influential partner backing Google's open-source operating system says it'll show up in consumer electronics and cars, too.
(Posted in Wireless by Stephen Shankland)
September 22, 2008 12:45 PM PDT

Report: Amazon to have iTunes-like app for Android

It appears Amazon will have a music and video store application for Google's mobile operating system, according to the blog VentureBeat.
(Posted in Wireless by Anne Dujmovic)
September 22, 2008 8:16 PM PDT

The first Android phone hits the market on Tuesday. Now it's expectations vs reality.
(Posted on CNET TV)
September 22, 2008 2:31 PM PDT

Tuesday phone debut is first salvo in Android war

T-Mobile's debut of the first phone to use Google's Android OS will give the first real glimpse of whether its backers' hopes for a mobile phone revolution are realistic.
(Posted in Wireless by Stephen Shankland and Marguerite Reardon)
• Podcast: Living in an Android world--and beyond
September 22, 2008 4:00 AM PDT

As Android debut nears, Google's Miner stays mum

Google Android czar Rich Miner runs through the company's standard pitch (it's open!) for its mobile operating system at the Mobilize conference.
(Posted in Wireless by Tom Krazit)
September 18, 2008 2:14 p.m. PDT

Hype builds for Android phone launch

T-Mobile USA will be the first carrier to launch the new Google Android phone. But will the much-hyped phone live up to expectations?
(Posted in Wireless by Marguerite Reardon)
September 16, 2008 10:31 AM PDT

previous coverage

Google co-founder expects Chrome for Android

Chrome is a browser for PCs today. But its technology, and likely its name, will move to the company's Android mobile phone software, co-founder Sergey Brin says.
(Posted in Business Tech by Stephen Shankland)
September 3, 2008 7:57 AM PDT

Android Developer Challenge winners focus on location

The $3.75 million in prizes distributed by Google to Android developers includes several applications that take advantage of location-aware technology in mobile phones.
(Posted in Wireless by Tom Krazit)
August 29, 2008 11:53 AM PDT

Google announces Android Market for phone apps

The search giant is fleshing out its mobile-phone effort with the Android Market to let users find, buy, and download applications.
(Posted in Wireless by Stephen Shankland)
August 28, 2008 11:14 AM PDT

Drawings of Android phone revealed

The blog 'Android Guys' publishes some of the most detailed engineering drawings yet of the soon-to-be released T-Mobile phone that uses Google's Android operating system.
(Posted in Wireless by Marguerite Reardon)
August 26, 2008 8:35 AM PDT

Google shows touchy-feely Android phone

Search giant shows off Android at its Google I/O conference, including its touch-screen interface and ability to shift a Street View as the user turns around.
(Posted in News Blog by Stephen Shankland)
May 28, 2008 1:33 PM PDT