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Google's Plans Could Threaten Phone Partners

Will the release of a Google-branded phone prove to a multibillion dollar mistake?
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Google Designs Pure Android Platform with Nexus One

Rumors of the so-called "Google Phone" have been stirring for the past few days, stirring up memories of 2007. This time around, the rumors may indeed be fact: the Google Phone has been confirmed by various sources, and Google itself.

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Wireless Carriers, Open Source Still At Odds

That's the thesis behind a piece by Sascha Segan over at PC Magazine, where he blames a good deal of the lack of geek-friendly Linux handsets on the wireless carriers themselves. But how much of it is also end-user indifference?
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Nokia's Linux Plans Limited to One Phone in 2010

The news comes despite signs of embracing Linux Maemo for future devices.
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Verizon Sells 250,000 Motorola Droid Phones in First Week

Verizon Wireless and Motorola sold 250,000 units of the Motorola Droid smartphone in its first week, compared to the 1.6 million units iPhone 3GS Apple and AT&T sold in its first week, according to mobile analytics firm Flurry.
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