Hewlett-Packard plans to sell the unlocked version of its Palm Pre 2 to small businesses as well as to mobile application developers.
AT&T extended its U-Verse Mobile application to Android on Monday.
Sprint Nextel pushed falling Android smartphone prices even lower on Wednesday, introducing the LG Optimus S for $49.99.
Motorola introduced the Droid Pro, an Android smartphone aimed at the BlackBerry market, on Tuesday in San Francisco.
U.S. pay-in-advance carrier Cricket will sell the Ascend smartphone from Huawei, based on Android 2.1, for $149.
Qualcomm has suspended sales of devices for its mobile TV service, FLO TV, as it considers options for its national network.
Articles by Stephen Lawson