Google's Android operating system launched

phones now are running Google's Android operating system. and it will launch until late summer or fall. So it's in Google's best interest to do whatever they can do now to woo audiences. If people like what they see, they might wait for Android phones before they decide .
At the end of  week at Google's I/O developers conference, execs demoed parts of Android that the general public hadn't previously seen, like a slick Maps app with a built-in compass, a neat way to unlock your phone, and a fun-looking Pac-Man game. (Kevin Pereira and I discussed some of these Thursday night on G4TV's "Attack Of The Show," embedded below. Apologies in advance for last-minute wardrobe!)

We think Google has done as good a job as anyone at ripping off some of the iPhone's best features: touchscreen controls, interesting applications, and a clean, attractive user interface. And knowing that Google's set of free, popular Web services -- GMail, GChat, Google Calendar, etc.,-- will play a leading role in Android phones, we think some people will hold off buying a 3G iPhone until there's more info out about Android-based phones.
 Steve Jobs is expected to demo the 3G iPhone. But in the meantime, we'd like your take: Were you planning on buying a 3G iPhone? Might you now wait until Android phones launch first. here are the picturesImageHost.orgSo coolImageHost.orgImageHost.orgYou can see the demo oaf android google below

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