When it comes to getting Android onto devices which boast display sizes much larger than what one can typically find on a smartphone, the only viable alternative is to go with at least version 3.0 of Google's mobile operating system (Honeycomb) because of its support for large displays, right? Well, not if SKR Technology has got anything to say about it; apparently, the Japanese company has managed to get Android 2.2 working on a 32-inch digital signboard that is reportedly capable of delivering "crisp, fluid movement".

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SKR Technology unveils 32-inch, multi-touch Android-based digital signage display