Eric Schmidt says cell phones should be free. Google has no plans to give away cell phones but is obvious the company is perfectly positioned to show their ads on the small screens of cell phones. Just as newspapers and magazines have lower subscription costs due to advertising support, Schmidt sees the same thing happening to mobile phones. Google has recently spent considerable time and effort on designing applications for mobile devices and it is logical that "gadgets" will be a strategic area for the company in the coming years.
Chameleon HeadsetNovember 13, 2006 at 3:53 pm
We at Chameleon Headsets offer the best mobile headsets available, bar none.
Including the most effective noise-canceling of any mobile headset, auto-answer buttons etc..
Anyone using, for instance the new Google cellphone, and also wishes to hear and be heard far more clearly on their headset, we’re always happy to send free sample units.
George ThomasAugust 23, 2007 at 7:20 am
please give me any free phones if its available
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