Google gives more color on Android vision

Google developer Dan Morrill shared some insight yesterday at the ETech conference on the company's vision for its newly released Android platform. Morrill said that Google does not view making money off of Android as a "high priority," because Android is about getting an open platform into the wild. Morrill also noted that Google does not consider the SDK for the OS as in Beta or even Alpha release. Morrill also addressed fears that Android would expose users to more malware and phishing programs than traditional mobile devices do because Android aims to create a more web-like experience and web-like risk level is sure to follow.

For more on Morrill's comments:
- read the post at GigaOM

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