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Very interesting. Thanks for the update.

That means you will be able to develop a very nice Android CNET style RSS reader for the forums easily soon! Linux
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Users in the company are raving about Android, especially considering what they were switching away from. We have developers in Asia and most people we recruit in the Asian region have some Android experience. This OS is going to make it big.
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As far as I read it's the leading OS in mobile devices on the US market, outpacing both RIM and Apple. I have a colleague around who's writing a simple game for start, and he's already amazed by the power he has.
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I playing with the API, I just know the basics I hope 'till the end of March I'll submit some apps to android market.
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