Looking back, it's clear that from the start the T-Mobile G1 (aka HTC Dream) challenged Apple's iPhone like BlackBerry and Nokia never could.
One of the oldest names in the mobile industry just got a massive reboot.
It's a 3.3-inch Android sidekick.
The freshened-up BlackBerry phone will start shipping in the US later this month.
And the number one "missing" feature is...
Android’s first phone was a delightful mess: We read our original review to see what we got right -- and wrong -- about the T-Mobile G1.
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And six other things you probably didn't know about the original Android smartphone.
Tech giants face politicians as we check out the latest gadgets coming to your home -- and ask if it's time for a BlackBerry comeback.
CNET's Katie Collins and Richard Trenholm watch tech execs face off with US lawmakers -- and ask whether it's time for a BlackBerry comeback.
The suit comes months after BlackBerry sued the social network over mobile messaging tech.
Who doesn't want a phone that lasts all day?
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