It is only a brief mention in a New York Times article but it has caught a lot of eyes. The Times has gotten their hands on some documents that supposedly lay out T-Mobile’s plans to use Google’s Android as the OS for a home phone and a Tablet. Yes, a Tablet.
T-Mobile’s use of Android to advance its ambitions also shows just how blurry the line has become between phones and computers. Its tablet-size phone device resembles a small laptop without a keyboard and has a seven-inch touch screen. It would handle basic computing jobs like checking the weather or managing data across a variety of devices in the home.
Interesting. Very interesting.
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