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Who should I follow on Twitter? Android edition

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Welcome to another edition of WSIFOT and this time we're broaching Android -- and some related Google services. After the break, we've collected some official Twitter channels, alongside writers, personalities, thinkers and tinkerers who follow Google's tablet and smartphone OS pretty closely. Our list is a work in progress, so if you think we've missed out any important Android-centric 140-character authors, let us know through Twitter or in the comments below.

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Hackers, developers and tinkerers

Officially Google

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