Two Big Events Mark the 2nd Anniversary of Android

Android Enthusiasts and Iphone Enthusiasts finally duke it on in a laser tag arena as part of two day national Android Anniversary Celebration

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July 20,2010
Austin Texas- A Weekend of festivities to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of Google’s Android Operating System being available to the public via T-Mobile & HTC’s G1 Smartphone, happens in Austin Texas October 2 and 3, 2010.,, and are teaming up to host the first ever, and official, Android vs Iphone lasertag game. Android fans and Iphone fans have been vigorously battling out on the web via social media sites twitter and facebook, now they have their chance to battle it out in a laser tag arena on Saturday October 2, 2010. The match, and welcome party for the Big Android Barbecue, starts at 8PM at Blazer Tag in Austin Texas with the Android vs Iphone match at 11:20PM. Iphone fans and Android fans can sign up for the free game by emailing [email protected]

The Big Android Barbecue will begin at 5PM local time, with informal keynote addresses by some of the Android Communities most well known faces. A vendor demo area featuring device manufacturers, cellular carriers and app developers, appropriately named “app sauce”, will be open through the duration of the event. Barbecue will be prepared by master chefs Big Keivan Askari and Android Guys’ contributor, Ray Walters. Tickets are $30 with a $5.00 discount if purchased by August 15th and include all you can eat food and drink along with a t-shirt commemorating the event. 1,000 tickets are available and to date 471 have been sold

There are several contests being announced in preparation for the event with the largest being twitter contest for a round trip flyaway to the event, provided by which ends August 5, 2010.


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