Google Offers $10 Million for Android Developers

Nov 13, 2007 • 9:26 am | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

The Google Android $10 million challenge is on. Yesterday, Google announced the software development kit (SDK) for the open handset alliance, otherwise named Android. The best developers will get money prizes, up to $10 million.

Some developers are already building applications. Others know that the mobile landscape is to be forever changed. Robert Scoble thinks that Android will appease developer types but not the average Joe Consumer. And some people want more than $10 million. First, try to get a little bit of that cash and then we'll talk. :)

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