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Old 11-15-2008, 07:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Android: No iPhone Killer


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Recently, I stopped by a local T-Mobile Latest News about T-Mobile store, the home of the new G1 phone. This is the so-called Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Latest News about Google phone, the mobile device with Google's Android operating system. Many in the press have anointed the Google phone as a potential "iPhone killer." That is, a device capable of knocking the iPhone off its pedestal as the most desirable and most well-reviewed smartphone on the market. While the iPhone is not yet the leader in sales, it's moving along here as well; latest reports show that the iPhone has surpassed RIM's BlackBerry to reach second place in smartphone rankings.

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