Google pushes back Android

Google has pushed back its Android Developer Challenge to April 14, 2008 after making significant changes to the SDK that include user interface and API enhancements. The challenge will provide $10 million in total awards to the best mobile applications built on the Android platform. Here is the timeline for the program:

April 14, 2008: Deadline to submit applications for judging
May 5, 2008: 50 first round winners picked
June 30, 2008: Deadline for the final round
July 21, 2008: Grand prize winner and runner-up announced

For more on the Android Developer Challenge:
- read this post from Google's Android blog

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