Google declares $10M Android competition

The race to develop applications for Google’s new Android mobile phone platform is officially on after ’cross-platform bugs’ in the submission system were fixed. Google has allocated $10m to the competition which has been split into two parts. Challenge 1 will be accepting entries until March 3rd with a total prize pool of $5m. The […]

The race to develop applications for Google’s new Android mobile phone platform is officially on after ’cross-platform bugs’ in the submission system were fixed.

Google has allocated $10m to the competition which has been split into two parts. Challenge 1 will be accepting entries until March 3rd with a total prize pool of $5m.

The Android competition is designed to generate lots of apps, not just a few good ones, as the total prize available to any one entry is only $275,000.

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Google, Mobile, Platform, Android, Mobile Phone, Development

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