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The Verge:
Android: a visual history of Google's OS on its 10th anniversary   —  Google's Android operating system has undergone a pretty incredible metamorphosis since it debuted on the T-Mobile G1 on October 22nd, 2008.  A decade might seem like a long time, but on the scale of the PC's growth, it's a blink of an eye.
Oct 23, 2018, 9:10 AMIn context
Roger Cheng / CNET:
Interview with Peter Chou, former HTC CEO who worked alongside Google's Andy Rubin on Android's first phone, the G1   —  The T-Mobile G1 is an iconic device.  But with its slide-out full QWERTY keyboard and a thick chin, it isn't an attractive one.  —  When it debuted a decade ago …
Sep 25, 2018, 5:00 AMIn context
Chris Ziegler / The Verge:
This was the original ‘Google Phone’ presented in 2006   —  Two years before the T-Mobile G1 introduced to the world to Android, Google presented carriers with the “Google Phone — a device that looked a lot more like the portrait QWERTY Android prototype shown in early 2008.
Apr 25, 2012, 3:20 PMIn context
Joanna Stern / Engadget:
T-Mobile G2 preview   —  Well, well, well... would you look at what we found lounging around Best Buy's NYC holiday event!  Yes, indeed, it's the T-Mobile G2 (the US version of the HTC Desire Z if you happen to think it looks familiar).  After months of leaks and blurry shots we finally got …
Sep 28, 2010, 4:40 PMIn context
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Exclusive: T-Mobile G2 in the wild!   —  These shots of a real, live G2 confirm what we'd already suspected from renders: this is basically an Americanized version of the upcoming HTC Vision.  What does that mean?  Well, it means you can expect a 3.7-inch display paired with Android …
Aug 20, 2010, 12:25 PMIn context
Sean Hollister / Engadget:
HTC Vision headed to T-Mobile in new spy shot, dubbed G1 Blaze?   —  While high-end QWERTY sliders loaded with Android aren't nearly as uncommon now as when HTC's Vision first leaked onto the scene, it appears this particular handset may be destined for T-Mobile with its (alleged) 1GHz processor …
Jul 26, 2010, 9:35 AMIn context
Ross Miller / Engadget:
Android 2.0 officially coming to T-Mobile G1?   —  We don't know where this is coming from so take it with a grain of salt, but rumor has it from AndroidSPIN that the progenitor Android device, the T-Mobile G1, is destined to officially get an over-the-air update for an Eclair build, Android 2-point-something.
Dec 27, 2009, 10:15 AMIn context
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb:
Google Brings Its Turn-By-Turn Navigation App to Older Android Phones   —  Google just announced the launch of its Google Maps Navigation app for Android 1.6 and higher.  Until now, Google's turn-by-turn navigation app was only available on Android 2.0 phones like Motorola's Droid.
Nov 23, 2009, 6:10 PMIn context
Michael Siliski / Google Mobile Blog:
Happy Thanksgiving Travels: Google Maps Navigation now available for Android 1.6   —  A few weeks ago we launched Google Maps Navigation (Beta) as a free feature of Google Maps on Android 2.0 devices.  Today we're expanding availability of Google Maps Navigation to devices running Android 1.6 …
Nov 23, 2009, 2:30 PMIn context
Asavin Wattanajantra / IT PRO - Today:
Smartphones hacked through insecure Wi-Fi   —  Researchers break security in Apple, Nokia, HTC and T-Mobile devices to gain access to email passwords.  —  Security researchers have successfully performed ‘man-in-the middle-attacks’ (MITM) against four popular smartphones.
Nov 17, 2009, 11:05 AMIn context

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