Google Embellishes iPhone Apps

Medford, Cassimir
January 2008
Red Herring;1/14/2008, p4
Trade Publication
The article reveals that Mountain View, California-based Google has upgraded its iPhone applications interface to underscore its advocacy of open mobile networks. Google is a strong proponent of unfettered access to mobile networks for independent application developers. Particular focus is given on the preference of application developers for an open access model. Joe Nordgaard of Spectral Advantage says the rapid upgrade cycle helps Google drive home its point that open networks improve the flexibility and functionality of mobile devices.


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