The Official Press Releases
If you’re one of those people who just can’t get enough G1 goodness, then we’ve got some more for you reading pleasure.Â Here’s a pairof press releases from the major players in today’s announcement.
The T-Mobile G1 comes pre-loaded with an Amazon MP3 application, giving customers a phone-optimized version of the Amazon MP3 store and the immediate gratification of buying and playing their favorite music. Amazon MP3 has worked to make its DRM-free music available through numerous products and services, such as Pandora MySpace Music, and now Android and T-Mobile G1. – Amazon.com
“Increasingly, connectivity does not just mean a phone call, but rather access to the worldâ€™s information,” said Andy Rubin, senior director of mobile platforms for Google. “Todayâ€™s news signifies an important first step for the Open Handset Alliance: With Android, weâ€™ve opened the mobile Web not only for millions of users, but also to mobilize the developer community that understands the next most important platform in the world rests in the palm of our hand.” – HTC & T-Mobile
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