Google has a new team in Taiwan, set to support handset makers in the country in the process of integrating Android on their devices. HTC is headquartered in Taiwan and providing them with additional “on site” technical support is never a bad thing in order to produce devices that work as best as possible.
However, according to Google Taiwan’s Chien Lee-feng, the search giant will help manufacturers support other products — not just mobile phones — as well. He mentioned netbooks and embedded systems! Android on a netbook is a great idea, and especially if it’s powered by Snapdragon or some other similar CPU, it can have a promising future, don’t you think?
Anyway, it’s very early to predict what will come out of Google Taiwan’s Android office, but we’re hoping to see more devices running Google’s mobile OS this year. HTC are you reading this? 😉