Google plans to begin selling its own smart phone early next year, company employees say -- a move that could challenge Apple's leadership in one of the fastest-growing and most important technologies in decades, reports the New York Times. Google's new touch-screen Android phone, which it began giving to many employees to test last week, could shake up the fundamentals of the cell-phone market in the United States, where most phones work only on the networks of the wireless carriers that sold them. The company, using the power of its brand, plans to market and sell the new phone directly...

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