Google 2007 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Google Articles for 2007

Freedom Keychain GPS Receiver Review

Ed Hardy has a review of an accessory that can bring access to the Global Positioning System to most handhelds, smartphones, or UMPCs. According to him, the Freedom Keychain GPS[...]

An Initial Glimpse of HTC’s First Android Smartphone

HTC says it has tentative plans to make one of the Android smartphone prototypes into a commercial product next year. This device will include a large screen and a keyboard.

An Initial Overview of the Android User Interface

Google and the Open Handset Alliance have released a video showing prototype devices running the new Android open-source operating system for smartphones. The company has also announced it is giving[...]

Google Maps 2.0 Brings GPS-Like Features to Most Smartphones

The latest version of Google Maps will be even more helpful to those whose smartphone lacks a built-in GPS receiver in getting from one place to another efficiently.

Why Google’s Android OS Matters

Although some might be tempted to dismiss Google's new Android operating system for smartphones as just another latecomer to an already crowded field, Brighthand's Ed Hardy says it has the[...]

Synchronize a BlackBerry’s Calendar with a Google Calendar

Google has introduced software that allows users of RIM's smartphones to easily synchronize their mobile device with Google Calendar.

HTC Commits to Multiple Android Smartphones Next Year

After years of a strong commitment to making Windows Mobile smartphones, HTC is clearly intent on broadening its product line with multiple models running the Linux-based operating system Android, which[...]

Google Announces Android, an Open Source Operating System for Smartphones

After months of rumors and speculation, Google has officially announced Android, an operating system for mobile devices it is developing in partnership with a wide variety of companies.

Google May Be Prepping Smartphone with Free Service

Google is reportedly in the process of developing a phone that can make voice calls and access the Web without requiring the user to pay a monthly service charge.

Get Free Push Gmail from emoze

Many people should be happy to learn that emoze has recently added the ability to have Google email pushed to a mobile device as a part of its free service[...]

gPhone Release Almost Here?

There have been rumors for many months that Google is going to release a mobile phone. If a new report is correct, this is going to happen much sooner than[...]

New Google Phone Details Leaked

Although there have been many news articles on Google's plans to release a mobile phone, all of these have been very short on details on the actual device. A new[...]

Google Unveils IMAP for Its Gmail Service

Today, Google has begun to roll out IMAP support as a free service to all Gmail users.

Google Exec Confirms the gPhone

A high-level Google executive has acknowledged that her company is doing R&D on a mobile phone, something that has only been rumored up until now.

Crafting the Relevant Mobile Web

Developers have had problems making mobile Web access something that is embraced by the casual user, but Antoine Wright says there is at least one company that is doing this[...]

Job Posting Sets Off New Round of Google Phone Rumors

A job posting on this Google's web site is being taken by many as proof that Google is developing some kind of wireless device that can use its web services.

Google May Become a Wireless Service Provider

Google has announced that it is going to participate in an upcoming auction for wireless spectrum. It is doing so because it thinks the wireless spectrum for mobile phones and[...]

Google’s Mobile Phone Announcement Getting Close *UPDATED*

Google will reportedly unveil the details of its foray into smartphones early next month. Exactly what the Internet giant's offering will be remains a matter of rumor and speculation.

Google Maps Now Available For Windows Mobile

In October of last year, Google introduced a version of its mapping application for Palm OS-based devices. Now it has released one for Windows Mobile handhelds and smartphones.

Google Developing Online File Storage Service

Google is reportedly developing a service that will allow users to easily store files of all types on a remote hard drive. At this point the focus is primarily on[...]