Android commonly refers to:
- Android (robot), designed to resemble a human
- Android (operating system), for mobile devices, produced by Google
Android may also refer to:
- Android (board game), published by Fantasy Flight Games
- Android (drug), brand name for the anabolic steroid methyltestosterone
- Android (film), directed by Aaron Lipstadt
- "Android" (song), by The Prodigy
Other articles related to "android":
... The "Cherrypal America" also known as Cherrypad is an Android tablet based upon Telechips TCC89xx ARM11 processors ... Cherrypal initially sold the tablet with the promise of an upgrade to Android 2.2 by November and support for Android market ... Also the Android 2.2 upgrade has been canceled, instead Cherrypal now promises an update to Android 2.3 ...
... It is a fork of the default browser for Android, taking its WebKit-based layout engine and providing what is intended to be an easier and more "touch friendly" user interface ... Steel was one of the first Android applications to support automatic rotation based on the hardware's accelerometer and a virtual keyboard ... This feature is now more common among Android applications ...
... for Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry Tablet OS/BlackBerry 10, Android, Palm OS, Wii and WebOS, standalone or embedded in web browsers ... On March 19, 2010 the company released a beta version of its Android SDK making it the first 3D development kit for the Android platform ...
... Android The world's first android, DER 01, was developed by a Japanese research group, The Intelligent Robotics Lab, directed by Hiroshi Ishiguro at Osaka University, and Kokoro Co ... example of a real machine similar to imagined machines called by the science fiction terms android or gynoid, so far used only for fictional robots ...
Famous quotes containing the word android:
“Ive seen things you people wouldnt believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched seabeams glitter in the dark near the Tennhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. Time to die.”
—David Webb Peoples, U.S. screenwriter, and Ridley Scott. Roy Batty, Blade Runner, final words before dyingas an android he had a built-in life span that expired (1982)