As expected, and despite «confirmation» by the apparently clueless and/or obviously too much in need of media attention Google Spain Chief (from now on, I officially declare Isabel Aguilera Miss Gizmodo Big Mouth of The Month), the GPhone doesn't exist.

http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/gadgets/gphone-kinda-sorta-confirmed-by-google-spain-but-not-really-244516.php

At least according to Vint Cerf, Google chief Internet evangelist who has denied all rumors and has said that it's a complete no-no to the Sydney Morning Herald. According to Vint, Google is interested in mobile services, but not in hardware. Just applications, which to me seems perfectly logic: why limit yourself with the burden of a hardware device when your market power is all about being everywhere?

http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/cellphones/rumor-google-hires-sidekick-team-to-work-on-gphone-[updated-to-smash]-245908.php

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