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Microsoft Silverlight on Google G1 and Apple iPhone

Microsoft’s Silverlight will be available soon on the Google Android G1 and the iPhone. For your info, Microsoft’s Silverlight has been in use on the Web by companies including NBC to stream video from this summer’s Olympic games and is Adobe Flash’s main contender in the multimedia rich browser plug-ins. Microsoft has also released version 2 of the Silverlight browser plug-in earlier this week. [Slashphone]

Google Mobile Phone Preview Video

by Johan on October 1, 2008

Google Mobile Phone Preview Video

It looks like the new G1 Google Mobile Phone is big in size and heavy. However, the handset is lightweight and portable. The G1 comes jam packed with a 3.17-inch touchscreen display with a full QWERTY keypad, a 3.0MP shooter, microSD card slot, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS capability. Watch the preview videos after the jump to get more details. [PhoneScoop] More

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Looks like Google is cooking up a Linux-based phone for launch in Q1 2008. After much talk over tech specs with manufacturers (including LG Electronics), Google is engaging with Taiwan’s High Tech Computer (HTC) Corp to design and manufacture the final phone. The Wall Street Journals reported that Google has spent hundreds of millions of dollars in this project and has courted US and European mobile operators. It’s interesting to see how this develops, considering it’s due time Google kicks Apple’s ass off the cell phone market! 😉

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