In their attempts to be more social, the Android team has been joining up on social networks left and right. We found it quite odd that they made a Twitter account before making a Google+ account, but now they’re up and ready to go on Google’s very own social network. You can add them to your circles and comment on everything they talk about. Any Android enthusiast shouldn’t even hesitate to invite the little green robot into their crowded social circle. Head to the link and see for yourself. [Android on Google+ via Vic Gundotra]
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