Sony Ericsson readying Android phone?

The open handset alliance, the group behind Google Android, has already given us the mighty, if somewhat chunky, T–Mobile G1, with Motorola alre

According the group, this means, "New members will either deploy compatible Android devices or support the ecosystem through products and services that will accelerate the availability of Android-based devices." Cut through that flimflam and what you get is a clear pointer towards Sony Ericsson prepping their very own Android blower.

It also bodes well for the much delayed Garmin nuvifone, which could be getting a new lease of life thanks to Google's open source OS. And what about the chances of Asus unleashing a Google–backed Eee–phone? The possibilities are endless.

On top of that big three, Toshiba and Vodafone have also hooked up with the Google clan, meaning Android is well on course for world domination come the end of the decade.

For more Android goodies, check out our in–depth review of the T–Mobile G1 and everything you need to know about Google's OS.