Seriously. Does one really need to conquer all fronts to become satisfied?
I don’t know, but I don’t think I will be using this one from you, Google.
Have you people ever seriously thought about the consequences of giving so much information about yourself to a single company? Google can monitor my blog posts, it can gather information about my group activities, it saves a history of my searches, it has a list of my friends and associates using Orkut, it archives my personal conversations with my friends, it holds my documents on its servers, and it keeps track of my interests over web by its RSS service. I’m not saying everybody does all that with Google, I’m talking about those Google geeks who are obsessed with everything provided by Google.
Well, I’m not a pessimist and I don’t propose that Google actually spies on people. I’m just saying that with so much information available to one, one would be a fool to not use it. Again, mark what I’m saying, I’m not saying that Google uses this information in a dishonest way or is involved in any underhanded business. What I’m trying to say is that it isn’t a very good idea to keep all your eggs in one basket, that’s all.
All said and done, here is a much more positive article on the subject of Google’s probable phone service: Google Poised to Become Your Phone Company