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Google sets up Android support team in Taiwan

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There's not exactly a lot of details on this one just yet, but Google has now confirmed that it's establishing an Android team in Taiwan that will be charged with supporting various hardware makers developing Android-based products. Somewhat interestingly, DigiTimes initially reported that the team would also be providing support for companies making Android-based netbooks, but Google has since denied that report, saying instead that they would simply be supporting phones. Of course, that doesn't mean they won't ever support Android-based netbooks but, for now at least, that's the official line.

[Via CNET News]

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