Google's Larry Page recently had a nice conversation and interview with the folks at Wired, and we heard some neat comments. Talks about Google+, social media, Android of course, and lots about Motorola. Last year Google purchased Motorola Mobility largely for their patent portfolio, but in the interview Larry gently talks about the acquisition, and what is in store for Motorola's future.
earlier this week where he briefly mentioned Apple and the competition, to the once-CEO and current Chairman Eric Schmidt making comments on the lawsuits. Well Schmidt is in the news again today and this time he's being a bit more vocal.
CNET that they "don't want you to feel anxiety about your battery life" when you wake up and when you go to bed, batteries such as that which you saw in the RAZR MAXX, for example, may well be popping up in your next Galaxy.
that here. Qualcomm has had a lot to show over these last few days from 3D, augmented reality, gaming and more. We cover most of those things in the link above so feel free to check out all of our coverage. We now have a short video for you featuring our own natural born leader Vincent Nguyen in an interview with Cali Lewis from the Uplinq Daily Show.
an interview with Fierce Wireless. Ray also revealed that T-Mobile USA are looking to double their "3G reach" in 2009, referring to the amount of coverage the network offers. The device focus, however, will remain on handsets and consumer devices, rather than data cards, with Ray describing HSPA-enabled smartphones as satisfying a "sweet spot" for "compelling devices".
"Our plan in 2009 is to double the number of covered POPs and top 208 million POPs. We expect to be in more than 300 cities by the end of 2009. That takes us to competitive parity in most areas of the country with Verizon and AT&T" Neville RayUnfortunately the interview did not press the engineer on specific details of upcoming Android-based devices, meaning that overall it's slim-pickings if you're looking for hot new information. Nonetheless, it seems to suggest that T-Mobile would be reluctant to pick up a handset such as the General Mobile DLST1, which in its current state lacks 3G support. [via MobileBurn]