Add a U.S.-based chip maker and a Taiwanese consumer-electronics company to those that will make or support devices powered by Google's Android software. Freescale Semiconductor has demonstrated Android-based smartphones and so-called "smartbooks" -- a mobile phone-netbook hybrid -- that will carry its chips, while BenQ said Thursday that it would release an Android-powered smartphone and netbook in 2010.

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