Google Talk Wi-Fi phone in development

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Tim Higgins

According to a report in DigiTimes, Taiwan’s Wistron NeWeb has entered design-in development for Wi-Fi phones with Google Talk compatibility.

Wistron has been shipping Skype-enabled Wi-Fi phones to branded network-equipment vendors since late last year, according to company sources.

Read the full article on DigiTimes.

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