Motorola Building a Huge Development Team for Android, With 350 Humanoids

TechCrunch is reporting »9/29/08 7:00am9/29/08 7:00am that Motorola is getting pretty serious about Android, with immediate plans to expand their dedicated project team from 50 to 350. If true, this could mark a for Motorola, whose phones have been seeming and competitive every day. While putting more than a few eggs in Android's basket might…

USA Today's Eleventh Hour Google Phone Facts/Speculation/Hype

USA Today mostly rehashes what we've heard about Google's plans, but they add a few unique contributions to the growing rumor pile. First, they peg Google's partners as "includ[ing] Sprint, Motorola, Samsung and Japanese wireless giant NTT DoCoMo"—WSJ is betting Sprint, T-Mobile, and HTC, with Samsung and other… »11/05/07 2:00am11/05/07 2:00am

The WSJ Ponders How Google Will Change Phones (Verdict: Feature Explosion)

The Wall Street Journal tweaks the hype for Google's supposedly hours-away mobile announcement with a boilerplate of speculation about how Google's open platform will bust open the wireless industry by igniting "a race among Silicon Valley developers, long shut out of the wireless industry, to come up with new… »11/05/07 12:45am11/05/07 12:45am