— Google: A couple of mobile announcements related to Google (NSDQ: GOOG) applications. Google Voice, which provides voice mail transcription, cheap international calls and other services, is now available on the iPhone as an app. The follows on from a development in January, when Google Voice was made available on the iPhone as a web-based service. The service is currently live in the U.S. only. [Google blog] Separately, users can now edit Google Docs on devices running Android Froyo (2.2) and Apple’s iOS (3.0 and later) devices. [more Google blog]
— Motorola: After a tweet by “trusted Android insider” Mobile Review, the blogosphere is reporting that Motorola (NYSE: MOT) will make the first seven-inch Android tablet to run the new Honeycomb operating system, which will be called the Motopad.
— LG: Looks like the handset maker may be turning a corner, after reporting record losses this summer and in September appointing a new CEO. One million units of the Optimus One smartphone have been sold since hitting the market 40 days ago, and LG (SEO: 066570) expects it to be the company’s first smartphone to break the 10-million barrier. [via Cellular News]