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Apple says Google Voice app alters iPhoneApple

Apple told US regulators on Friday that the Google Voice app for the iPhone appears to replace the iPhone’s core mobile functionality and user interface with its own system for voice calls, text messaging and voicemail, reports Reuters

Mobile search to outstrip desktop in China, says Google

Mobile Internet searches will soon outstrip traditional desktop searches in China, the boss of Google China said this week.

Clearwire CEO open to switching technologies

WiMAX service provider Clearwire is keeping an open mind on its future choice of mobile technology, according to a Dow Jones Newswires report. In an interview with the publication, Clearwire’s chief executive, Bill Morrow, said that if LTE becomes the dominant next-generation mobile technology (rather than WiMAX), the company can easily switch technologies via a software upgrade.

Google says Apple rejected voice app for iPhone

Reuters reports that Google has claimed that Apple rejected its Google Voice application for the iPhone, contradicting Apple’s statement to regulators last month.

Google records biggest profit, lauds Android

Google yesterday reported a record quarterly profit as the Internet giant proclaimed the economic downturn is coming to an end and declared its Android mobile platform is “about to explode.”

Google sparks e-books fight with Kindle

Google plans to launch an online store to deliver electronic books to any device with a Web browser, threatening to upset a burgeoning market for dedicated e-readers dominated by Amazon’s Kindle, reports Reuters.

Google mobile search to top US500M by 2011

Unstrung, citing research from New York-based financial analyst firm Jefferies & Co, reports that Google’s Android platform will help the company’s mobile search revenue cross the US$500 million mark in 2011, up from roughly US$180 million in FY 2009.

AT&T hits out at Google in net neutrality debate

AT&T has upped the ante in the ongoing debate around net neutrality in the US arguing that any proposed new rules should include web-based voice providers such as Google, reports Reuters.

Report: Dell plans Android device with AT&T

Computer-manufacturer Dell – on a mission to make a name for itself in the mobile space – has reportedly won a deal to supply Android-powered handsets to US operator AT&T. The Wall Street Journal claims that Dell is expected to launch the phone in the US next year, its first dive into the country’s competitive mobile market. AT&T is the second-largest US mobile operator and exclusive provider of Apple’s iPhone.

Verizon and Google reveal more Android deal plans

More details have emerged on Verizon and Google’s partnership for the Android platform.