Few days back we informed about a report published by News.com over the possibility of Google Mobile phone. However, Google has lately squashed all the mobile phone talk. Google commented that they are not concentrating on a Google mobile pone, however, a mobile software is high on their list.
Sydney Morning Herald informs:
Google has poured cold water on claims it is developing a mobile phone.
The search giant said it was more logical to form partnerships with existing handset makers instead.
Google's South-East Asia managing director of sales and operations, Richard Kimber, yesterday echoed statements made by Google's chief internet evangelist, Vinton Cerf, that building hardware would be a dramatic shift in the company's business model.
"At this point in time, we are very focused on the software, not the phone," The Australian Financial Review today quoted Kimber as saying during his speech at the Search Engine Room conference in Sydney.