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Google Android due 23 September

Alex Christie

11 September 2008

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Reuters have revealed that T-Mobile will be selling a mobile running Google Android by 23 September.

Google’s next ‘must have’ is an open source operating system and is expected to make a huge splash in the mobile phone market, with the search giant hoping its approach will give them dominance in the mobile OS market.

"T-Mobile and Google will be making an announcement this month in New York City," its sources said – with the date of 23 September given.

Chrome proves that the Google brand is more popular than ever. It made a huge dent in the Internet Explorer market within a week of launch, and the integration of its web-based products and services into a mobile market will be enticing for us all.

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