a la Mobile Demonstrates Android

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Introducing the first Android prototype
NEW YORK — A small software developer on Monday plans to unveil a suite of applications — browser, camera, games and more — based on the new Google-endorsed operating system, Android.

A La Mobile, based in San Ramon, Calif., a start-up dedicated to Linux-based "open" systems for mobile devices, says the demonstration proves that Android can deliver on its promise of making it easier for consumers to get access to all sorts of applications.

The open nature of Android means, "There can be a lot more customization, reducing the cost of devices as well as development time," says Pauline Lo Alker, A La Mobile's CEO.

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