Google phone

November 1, 2007 on 3:53 pm | In Cell phones, Telecommunication services | No Comments

After information about starting new handset – 3 skypephone I want offering you news about Google phone. Recall that Google promises to shake up the $127 billion wireless industry. The company has made no secret that it believes mobile phones should be free to consumers, where revenues are generated through advertising and no single carrier has a lock on users. The company has focused heavily in recent years on developing services like Gmail, video, search and map applications for cell phones. Now Google is signaling plans to bid on an upcoming auction of wireless spectrum. Google could launch new cellphone – Gphone  as early as February 2008 which will come GPS and have built in access to Google Maps, Gmail, Calendar and Docs. report today that nation’s #2 wireless operator, Verizon Wireless, doesn’t intend to announce a deal to carry a Google-powered cellphone any time soon, according to a source familiar with the wireless company’s plans. The Wall Street Journal Online late Tuesday said Verizon Wireless, a joint venture of Verizon and Vodafone, is in “advanced talks” to sell a Google-ized mobile device. But a person close to Verizon says no deal with Google is imminent. Verizon isn’t commenting.

Still, Verizon, which has a reputation for being the most controlling of the U.S. carriers, is unlikely to be the first operator to sign on with Google.

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