Sunday, March 11th 2007

A possible 'Googlephone' patented

There have reportedly been rumors of a 'Googlephone' that would respond to Apple's iPhone. And until now, they have been just that....rumors. However, The Inquirer recently found some patents that suggest the contrary. The Inquirer derives, based on the patents, that the phone will be dual-mode (will work with WiFi and Cellular connections). The phone should come in two versions, one that will support cdmaOne, and one that will support GSM. However, the most interesting thing about the 'Googlephone' would be a possible attempt by Google to do something like T9.Source: The Inquirer
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6 Comments on A possible 'Googlephone' patented

#1
J0N
Seems a nice concept. Something to look out for. However what havent Google patented?! :p Will anything ever come of it?
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jocksteeluk
although i am quite fond of the Google brand i couldn't take google branded hardware seriously, This Google phone wouldnt surprise me if it were actually voip to rather than an actual device.
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I mean, seriously, google has their hands in everything. I wish I would have owned this company and sold it for millions :). BTW, what is T9?
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zekrahminator
McLovin
Sorry Darkrealms, this thread is all I know about the 'Googlephone', I'll post more news if I find any though :).
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Darkrealms
by: zekrahminator
Sorry Darkrealms, this thread is all I know about the 'Googlephone', I'll post more news if I find any though :).
;) I was just harassing ya, my post on that thread was about the "google OS" but the link was actually to a thread about the google "phone".

Interesting the design differences it is taking:
my prior link engadget
and one of the inquirer's links mad4mobilephones
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