Google phone raises open model debate; text messaging gets fed review
Online giant Google is staking claim to a piece of the fast-growing mobile marketplace and making a direct challenge to Apple's swift rise in the sector.
In other cellphone news, the Supreme Court has accepted a case that will decide whether employees have a reasonable expectation of privacy for the text messages they send on devices owned by their employers.
Washington Post editor
December 15, 2009; 9:18 AM ET
Categories: Google , Privacy
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