Google Phone is coming, the gPhone is coming!


The Wall Street Journal has (ummm – just figured out?) that Google’s phone ambitions are substantial.  It’s not yet clear if they’ll become their own huge phone company, but I’m guessing they will and that they will do a good … Continue reading

Google Phone – gPhone’s Android is landing?


Google is *incredibly* good at keeping secrets, and the rumors of a new gPhone or Google Phone have been flying for some time.   However CNET’s Tom Krazit is reporting tonight that Google, on Monday, will unleash “Android”, an open source approach to mobile phones.     As … Continue reading

Seybold on wireless = early senility?


Update:  Andrew Seybold’s reply:  http://www.andrewseybold.com/blog.asp?ID=132 Tonight PBS covered the smart phone market, and asked for input from Andrew Seybold.   He should have been a great choice and clearly has an insider view, so how could he say something this transparently absurd?  ANDREW SEYBOLD: As much as I respect Google, … Continue reading

Google “like” Phone Pictures. Bug labs modular phone to run Android SDK


Update: The headlines are misleading.   This phone is not by Google, but will be able to run “Android”, the Googley operating sytem from the Open Handset Alliance.   This is an important development but different from a true phone from Google.      There are … Continue reading

Google to everybody: Open up and say “Google”


Matt Ingram  has it right again – Google sees Openness as a competitive advantage, but Google is also correct that Open Social networking and open cellular software and hardware are in the best long term interests of the internet community. The tech blogosphere has been abuzz for … Continue reading

Google Open Social opens Social


Google’s OpenSocial launches Thursday and will be a set of 3 APIs that will allow interface with a stable of early partners in the project incluing Friendster and LinkedIn.   Unclear to me is if the big social network players – … Continue reading