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In a clear game-changing move, Google has bought Motorola Mobility, meaning it now competes directly with Apple
High street retailer Next has quietly launched a 10in tablet based on Google's Android platform.
Hackers have successfully booted the MeeGo platform on several Android-based handsets.
The next version of Android - 2.2, codename 'Froyo' - promises a massive speed boost, Flash support, and more.
Apple has sued smartphone manufacturer HTC over alleged patent infringement regarding the company's Android-based handsets - and could be looking for a ban.
Market watcher Gartner predicts that mobile application stores like the Android Market or Apple's App Store will generate $6.2 billion in revenue in 2010 - and could decide the platform war.
LG Mobile has announced that "more than half" of its planned 'phone output is to run Google's increasingly popular Android platform, with Windows Mobile pushed into second place.
A survey has revealed that consumer interest in Google's Android platform has surged 15 percentage points in the last three months - rapidly catching up to market leader Apple's iPhone.
Google has announced its plans to more tightly integrated search with the real world with the launch of two projects: a QRCode-based system and 'Google Goggles.'
Mobile manufacturers Sony Ericsson and Nokia have both pulled Symbian-based handsets off the UK market following complaints about software unreliability.
Samsung has announced that it is to launch a new smartphone OS which will be based on Linux.
Rumour has it that Sony is looking towards Google's Android platform for its next revision of the Walkman range of MP3/MP4 players.
Google's Android platform is set to explode in 2009 according to predictions from Strategy Analytics - and with 900 percent growth could knock the iPhone off top spot.