HP and other PC makers test Netbook running Google Android

Hewlett-Packard and other PC makers are considering using Google’s Android software to run some small computers. HP has been testing Android for a potential netbook, said people briefed on the matter, though they said the company hasn't decided yet whether to move ahead with the project. "We want to assess the capability Android may have for the […]

Hewlett-Packard and other PC makers are considering using Google’s Android software to run some small computers. HP has been testing Android for a potential netbook, said people briefed on the matter, though they said the company hasn't decided yet whether to move ahead with the project. "We want to assess the capability Android may have for the computer and communications industries, and so we are studying it," said Satjiv Chahil, a vice president of H-P's PC division.

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