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Last week Google entered the smart phone market…well kind of . It is more like Google entered the smart phone “software market”. Google calls its new smart phone communication software, Android…and best of all, it is open source, which means it will only get better and better as more and more developers tweak it and add applications. Leave it to Google…the concept of a “universal” phone software is revolutionary. This is how it works…Google is not manufacturing a physical phone, rather it is offering its Android software to any phone company that wants to use it. The first mobile company to take advantage of Google’s generous offer is T –Mobile. T-Mobile’s Google phone goes on sale Wednesday for $179.00. That is $20.00 less that the least expensive iPhone. I have seen it the T-Mobile phone. It reminders me of my Apple iPhone, only not as good in my opinion. It has a touch screen, connects to the Internet, and a 3 megapixel camera…but it is bigger and heavier than the iPhone. David Pogue technology writer for the New York Times did a great video review of the new T-Mobile iPhone killer…check it out. And remember as more cell carriers use Andriod it is going to get better and better.
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