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Google Issues Lame Response to Android SDK Gaffe

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Google erred on the conservative side by offering its new Android SDK to only the 50 winners of the Android Developer Challenge. My guess is that Google's Android mission will now be full disclosure of the SDK and its overall open-source development practice.

Rumors Swirl Around T-Mobile Android Phone

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Blogs light up over speculation that T-Mobile is prepping the HTC Dream for an Oct. 1 release.

Google Shows Off Android

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New features include touch-screen and compass capabilities.

Wanted: Android Apps for the Enterprise

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Analysis: Google paid $25,000 each to 50 programming teams to build apps that aren't relevant to the enterprise. What's next?

Google Pays for Android Support

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Google's $500 million stake in the new Clearwire could give it a major platform for its wireless OS.

Google Launches Apps-for-Android with Wiki

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A Google programmer builds a wiki application for Android providing a template for future productivity applications on the mobile platform.

Will Android and LiMo Cancel Each Other Out?

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Google's Android and LiMo are barrelling down the open-source highway to make their mobile operating systems ubiquitous, but will they collide? 

TI Joins Android Prototype Party

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At the World Mobile Congress, chip maker TI shows how Android runs a Web browser, e-mail and video on a smart phone.

Chip Maker ARM to Help Android Get a Leg Up

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Google confirms that chip maker ARM will demonstrate the Android operating system on a prototype device at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.

A la Mobile Serves Up Android Apps

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Startup A la Mobile releases a browser, audio player and other applications based on Google's maligned Android mobile OS.  

Google Android Developers: Start Your Coding

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Google needs programmers to start building apps if it wants to get its mobile strategy off the ground, and put users in front of advertisers.

Google Releases Android SDK Preview

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Google gives a sneak peek at its software development kit for mobile phones.

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