Android chief Andy Rubin took to Twitter yesterday, posting his eleventh tweet to shoot down a rumor started by Robert Scoble that said he was set to leave Google to join a company called CloudCar. Rubin responded by saying he has no plans to leave Google, and also dropped an impressive Android tidbit. According to Rubin, there are now over 900,000 Android devices activated each day. This is up from the 850,000 per-day that was touted just four months ago. Can't call that anything but impressive.
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We recently told you about Vroop’s Liveboard, a device that hooks up to your computer, and lets you keep up with baseball scores in real-time. Now comes a similar device for the football fanatic. The Sportscast Wireless Football Scoreboard keeps you up-to-date (stats and all) on every football game, and updates every 15 minutes. All without a computer, TV, radio, or subscription: it receives wireless information via satellite. Stats are maintained from pre-season to playoffs, while schedules, scores, and standings can be obtained for any team. It features a 5 ¼” screen, and requires 4 AA batteries (not included). Available for $99 USD. Go Cowboys!