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Re: Gphone: Google's Latest Play for Global Domination?
Posted by: Chris Maxcer 2007-08-02 22:17:40
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The persistent rumors surrounding a Google "Gphone" have been stoked again, this time by a Wall Street Journal article that reports that Google is courting wireless operators to provide an ad-supported mobile phone service to Google-customized handsets. The Journal article does not directly identify sources of this information, only that it's coming from "people familiar with the plans" and "who have been briefed on it." The rumors flared in March after tidbits hit the Web on the news of a Google-manufactured phone.

Re: Gphone: Google's Latest Play for Global Domination?
Posted by: angelfast 2007-08-02 22:23:24 In reply to: Chris Maxcer
Like cellphones cars are now getting there way into the market. Auto parts dealer are now heating up on competition on who's going to top the sales or not. In my personal opinion, I still go for BMW's since they were worthy for its ancestry, which has its roots in precision applications for aviation. Some of the engines that powered the aircraft flown by the Red Baron’s legendary “Flying Circus” during the First World War were built by BMW. Since switching to auto manufacture in the late 1920’s, BMW has built vehicles that are the epitome of luxury, style and drivability - a smart investment by any measure. Even the best-engineered machines require regular maintenance, however, and the BMW is no exception. A small investment in BMW parts today will save substantial money in the future as well as ensure dependable transportation for years to come.
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