Google has had some success integrating its search software with mobile phones in the more advanced European market, but not yet in the U.S. That's likely to change soon, as the search giant gears up
to launch its own cell phones within a year. Not to be confused with the newly launched iPhones, Google phones will have built-in search engines and Web browsers. It's hard to imagine fitting many ads
on the tiny screens of mobile phones, but leave it to innovative Google to find a solution.
Google recently spent $4.6 billion to buy wireless spectrum in the U.S., a move that is feeding
speculation of a Google mobile phone before too long.
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