Not only is the Android OS customizable, but now you can customize the hardware that Android runs on thanks to Google's new ADK. Here's several examples from Google I/O 2011 of what the ADK can do.
There's more to Android than just hacking that app or operating system, says Google. You'll soon be able to hack Android hardware too, thanks to a new Arduino-based platform.
Google's Android Device Kit will let tinkerers of all levels create new peripherals for Android devices, and several of them were on display and in use at Google I/O on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Microsoft will make Windows 8.1 Update available. To continue to get patches, 8.1 users need to move to it soon.
At Google I/O, CNET checks out the best attraction at the show: a display case with Android figures and Android phones from around the world.
New Retrospect Driver update
Developer conference digs into Google's big projects, from Chrome OS, Chrome browser, and new Chromebook laptops to various flavors of Android and new movie rental and music streaming services.
At Google I/O, the Web titan unveils its long-awaited music service, books and movies on the Android Market, and a new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
What's new in Retrospect 4.3 (coming soon)