T-Mobile has rolled out Google's G1 as the Google makes its biggest move from consumers' computers into their pockets with a device cheaper than rival Apple offers.
The T-Mobile G1 with Google is the first commercially available phone to run on the 'Android' operating system. The Android is an open-source platform for mobile phones that allows you to create applications for the T-Mobile G1™.
In 2007, T-Mobile became a founding member of the Open Handset Alliance, an initiative that is strongly committed to greater openness in the mobile industry.
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