Android Bits & Bytes
Today marks the start of another semi-regular series of posts.Â Called “Android Bits & Bytes”, it will be a quick bullet point list of items we didn’t cover earlier in the week. Think of it as Page 2, leftovers, remnants, etc.
Maybe it was due to time, maybe it was because the topic was found on all sorts of other sites and we didn’t want to be redundant.Â Whatever the case is, we’re going to be bringing you these every so often for people who like to catch up on the “other stuff.”
- Sony working on getting Android into their Walkman lineup.Â Sony Insider makes a great case for it.
- Symantec is evaluating Android solutions should the platform expand to more than just phones.Â Like netbooks…
- iGoogle gets a makeover for Android handsets, giving users little bits of info snacks.Â Nom nom nom.
- Gmail adds some enhancements to the Android and iPhone web experience.
The image from this post was taken from Flickr account: Dan Coulter
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