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Google, Verizon Teaming to Develop Android Devices

Article Source ComputerWorld
October 6, 2009, 9:08 am

Verizon and Google have entered into an agreement to jointly develop wireless devices based on Google's open-source Android mobile platform.

During a teleconference today, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam and Google CEO Eric Schmidt outlined the companies' new strategic partnership that will develop Android-based smartphones, PDAs and netbooks, and deliver users with applications sold through the Android Market app store. Verizon says that it will have two Android-based handsets on the market by year-end with more to come by 2010...

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