Nov 30 AT 2:41 PM Taylor Wimberly 17 Comments

Google updates official Android site

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This could mean something or it could be no big deal. Google has given another makeover to the official Android.com website. We have seen this site change quite a bit over the last year and it is normally preceded by an update to the Android operating system. Android 2.1 was first spotted a month ago and finally appeared in screen shots this past week. We also know Google recently updated their terms of service for the Android Market which are supposed to go in effect on December 11, 2009.

Here are some rumors we have been hearing for Dec. 11:

  • New Android Market with carrier billing support
  • Android 2.1 update for select devices
  • OTA updates for the Verizon Droid and Droid Eris
  • Desktop client for Android Market
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