Android commonly refers to:
- Android (robot), designed to resemble a human
- Android (operating system), for mobile devices, produced by Google
Android may also refer to:
- Android (board game), published by Fantasy Flight Games
- Android (drug), brand name for the anabolic steroid methyltestosterone
- Android (film), directed by Aaron Lipstadt
- "Android" (song), by The Prodigy
Other articles related to "android, androids":
... An android is a robot or synthetic organism designed to look and act like a human, especially one with a body having a flesh-like resemblance ... Although "android" is used almost universally to refer to both sexes, and those of no particular sex, "android" technically refers to the male form, while "gynoid ... Until recently, androids have largely remained within the domain of science fiction, frequently seen in film and television ...
... has developed an open source operating system called Android, which allows a user to perform voice commands such as send text messages, listen to music, get ... The voice recognition software is available for all devices since Android 2.2(Froyo), but the settings must be set to English ...
... As of Android 2.3 and later, architectures which support it have non-executable pages by default, including non-executable stack and heap ...
... Kirk, is hijacked by an android who has been posing as Mr ... The android seals off engineering and redirects the ship to an unknown planet at Warp 7 ... The planet is discovered to be populated with other androids built to serve humans ...
... by Cavan Scott and Mark Wright, The Feast of the Stone, an android version of the Master is created by the Doctor as an ally—albeit a slightly sinister one ... Exactly why the Doctor created an android duplicate of the Master is not revealed, but it is suggested that the Doctor somehow extended the Master's life by doing so ... The android is able to pilot the Doctor's TARDIS, but is physically unable to leave the ship ...
Famous quotes containing the word android:
“Ive seen things you people wouldnt believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched seabeams glitter in the dark near the Tennhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. Time to die.”
—David Webb Peoples, U.S. screenwriter, and Ridley Scott. Roy Batty, Blade Runner, final words before dyingas an android he had a built-in life span that expired (1982)