Google's mobile phone operating system Android has been compiled to work on an Asus Eee netbook.

Staff at VentureBeat have managed to tweak Google's software to run on the mini laptop, an 1000H model, suggesting that "there is a big technology push to let Android run on netbooks under way".

VentureBeat says that they "believe that getting an Android netbook to market is doable in as few as three months" with mass production of Android-based netbooks in between 3 and 9 months and quote two "sources" who concur with the timescale.

An experiment to see how much work would be needed to make the OS run on a netbook (apparently not much) Android on the VentureBeat's Eee offers a full experience, including a browser and music player, and auto-adjusted to fit the Eee's screen.

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