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* [http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS2957041907.html Android ported to MIPS] Linuxdevices, April 2009
 
* [http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS2957041907.html Android ported to MIPS] Linuxdevices, April 2009
 
** Embedded Alley has ported Android to the Alchemy MIPS processor.
 
** Embedded Alley has ported Android to the Alchemy MIPS processor.
* [[Android_on_OMAP#Real_hardware|Android ported to various ARM processors]] (ARM9, ARM11 and Cortex-A8 based). Including e.g. [[OSK]] board, Nokia N800, Nokia N810, [[BeagleBoard]] and Gumstix Overo board.
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* [[Android_on_OMAP#Real_hardware|Android ported to various ARM processors]] (ARM9, ARM11 and Cortex-A8 based). Including e.g. [[OSK]] board, Nokia N800, Nokia N810, [[BeagleBoard]], [[Devkit8000]] and Gumstix Overo board.
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* [http://www.armkits.com/product/devkit7000.asp Devkit7000] Samsung S5PV210 based board.
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* [http://www.armkits.com/product/devkit8500d.asp Devkit8500D] TI DM3730 based board.
  
 
=== Videos ===
 
=== Videos ===

Latest revision as of 09:35, 18 July 2011

This page has links to news about the Android platform

Android News Portals

Interviews

"Android, Google's mobile operating system, doesn't generate revenue for the company, and likely never will--at least in the direct sense. But Andy Rubin, Google's director of mobile platforms, thinks Google and the world will benefit from any device created with the intent of getting more people onto the Internet, and isn't shy about explaining why the open-source approach chosen for Android holds the most promise of reaching that goal."

Industry/Consortium news

Mentor Graphics acquires Embedded Alley

Mentor Graphics, a large EDA firm, acquires the embedded Linux consulting company Embedded Alley, in July, 2009.

OESF

The Open Embedded Software Foundation (OESF) is an Android Consortium formed in Japan in February, 2009. It included 23 companies at startup, and has the support of Google.

Software

Releases

Ports

Videos

Features

Interfaces

  • SenseUI (HTC)
  • MotoBlur (Motorola)
  • TouchWiz (Samsung)
  • Rachael (Sony Ericsson)

Applications

Phone news

Netbooks and MIDs