Normally companies pay out cash as a Christmas bonus, but not Google this year. The search giant will be handing out T-Mobile G1 phones to all its employees as thanks for their hard work this year. The phones will come without a SIM card, but unlocked. They'll also be specially customized, with a "'droid" on the back.
The company, in their Christmas email, jokes that it's a great chance for them to 'dogfood' the product - i.e. get employees of the company to test it. Perhaps this mass stock clearout (20,000 people work for Google!) lends weight to yesterday's rumours that the G2 will be coming along sooner than we think.
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