Dell just announced it will offer an Android-based phone in China, but what will happen if Google end its operations there?
Google's cloud-based storage will hold up to 1 GB of any type of file for free. After that it will cost you 25¢ per GB per year.
This year's game-changing product is from Novatel and it is called a MiFi, a super small card that's about the size of a third of a pack of playing cards.
The upstart Android OS, in its first year, is gaining on the decade-old Windows Mobile (CE) platform.
Dell's Android phone is headed for China and Brazil - not U.S. Does this suggest the dell smartphone is less than impressive?
Sure, it's nice to get free Internet access this holiday season. But why should we have to pay for it the rest of the year?
View a demo of Google's new Web page where you can see how just how much of their data Google stores.
Google introduces amazing GPS Navigator for Android 2.0, others coming
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