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Motorola's MOTODEV "accelerates" Android development; isn't a phone

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We can't fault Motorola for trying to get some developer tools out in the hands of Joe the App Developer before the company launches its own Android phone, but you'd think it would at least announce a handset before getting all dev tool happy. Motorola is now offering a beta version of its MOTODEV Studio for Android, a development environment that works alongside Google's existing SDK, along with the new MOTODEV App Accelerator Program which gives devs early access to tools and better exposure for their apps. It all sounds fine and dandy, but "later this year" isn't much to go on as far as an actual Motorola device to target. Come, Morrison, save us from this madness.

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