Androids are everywhere: 15 Android-powered devices
We live in an Android world. Everything from bikes to microwaves to ninja-fighting-robots are now powered by Google's open source operating system.
Panasonic is creating a new line of Android-powered washing machines.
Make a smarter brew with this Android-powered "Appresso" coffeemaker.
This Android-powered keychain functions as both a finder and a multimedia (or video game) controller.
It was only a matter of time before we got an Android-powered watch.
MAID is an Android-powered microwave created by SectorQube Technologies. "Divorce your wife! Live with your MAID!" flaunts the website.
Nikon's Android-powered Coolpix S800c allows you to generate your own network, tether your phone and download photo-sharing apps.
Ouya: the $99 open-source, Android-powered gaming console.
This specially produced LED light bulb can be controlled by your Android phone.
(Google/Lighting Science Group)
Last year, Ford Motor Co. unveiled a concept e-bike that runs of Android.
This is VizualLogic's Android-powered headrest.
An Android-powered ninja robot? Why not? RT Corporation showed off its Ninja Master" boxing robot at Google I/O this year.
Samsung's new fridge comes with an Android tablet embedded above the ice dispenser.
Pocket TV is a microcomputer that turns any hdmi-equipped television set into an Android Smart TV.
Chevy's electric car, the Volt, comes with Android integration and its own mobile app.
The Parrot Asteroid is the first Android-powered car receiver which allows hands-free calling, GPS and multimedia playback.