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The Google Phone (or gPhone) is a Java/Linux based mobile phone or smartphone platform. Google Phone and gPhone are names given to a mobile phone project engineers at the search engine giant Google have been working on for the past two years.
The speculation that Google would be entering the mobile phone market with a gPhone was first raised in December 2006 by writer Martha McKay in The Record.Since that time, reports from both the BBC and The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) noted that Google wanted "Google search and Google applications on mobile, and it is working hard every day to deliver that." Further, it's now believed that Google is "showing the prototype to cellphone manufacturers and network operators as it continues to hone the technical specifications." As many as 30 prototype gPhones are reported to be operating "in the wild".
InformationWeek recently covered an Evalueserve study reporting that Google has filed several patent applications in the area of mobile telephony, which could hint at the arrival of gPhone in the near future.[4] Network World reported that Google’s GPhone is actually an open source software phone operating system, rather than a specific hardware device like the iPhone. Phoronix has reported that Google is "looking to team up with OpenMoko" for the gPhone. OpenMoko is a project to create a smartphone platform using free software, including the Linux kernel.

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