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Old 06-18-2008, 11:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Google's Android arrives in Sydney

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Android developer advocate, Dan Morrill had a prototype unit to show delegates when he presented on the Android platform and the software developers kit. iTWire was not able to get a look at it, but Morrill said his presentation was very similar to one given at the Google IO developer event in the US at the end of May, a video of which is available online. Morrill confirmed that the first Android handset would hit the market before the end of 2008, but declined to say who would manufacture it or to name any manufacturers that had commited to make Android handsets.



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