The Linux-based Google Android Mobile Platform is one of the most popular SmartPhone development platforms internationally, along with the new Samsung Bada.
This is really no surprise, as Google Android is essentially a miniaturized personal computer, with SmartPhone features and functionality similar to the Samsung Bada.
At their Java One tradeshow in 2009 Sun Microsystems showed their JavaFX RIA Platform running applications on Google Android Mobile Phones, so support is in-place now and will only get stronger and more widespread over time. Samsung Bada also supports JavaME and JavaFX.
Since Wallace Jackson has been developing RIA new media applications since 1999 using Java, and is now developing multimedia projects using JavaFX, expect to see lots of leading-edge Google Android applications from Mind Taffy Design.
If your company is looking to develop innovative mobile new media applications and websites for deployment via Google Android SmartPhones that are compatible with other mobile platforms such as Samsung's Bada, be sure to contact Wallace Jackson through the Mind Taffy Design website at: www.mindtaffy.com at your convenience.