Digines - Google gifts Android phones to employees - Best & worst logos of 2008 - Wsj.com adds new features - Newspaper websites gain - MVNO license in India


This version of the G1 is slightly different from the one available in T-Mobile retail stores. The Android icon is etched onto the back plate. It is 100% unlocked, and can be used with any GSM carrier worldwide.

A collection of Best and Worst logo changes.

The Wall Street Journal has made several content enhancements to its online tech section, WSJ.com/technology, including several new sections and blogs, as well as links to tech headlines from various non-Dow Jones sites from across the Web.

There were big year-over-year gains to be had among several of the top 30 newspaper Web sites for November. The Detroit News soared 232% to 1.9 million uniques in November compared to the same period a year ago, according to the latest data from Nielsen Online.

The government is going to make it easy for mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) to enter the country. The department of telecommunications (DoT), which is in the process of finalising a policy to this end, has decided to grant licences to prospective MVNOs before they tie-up with any telecom service provider. In doing so, DoT has improved upon the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (Trai) recommendation that MVNOs be granted licence only after they tie up with a licensed service provider. Under MVNO, an operator does not have a telecom licence or infrastructure but buys airtime in bulk from a licensed mobile network operator and uses its own brand to sell it to subscribers. The billing is done under the MVNO's brand. 

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