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In pictures: Telstra, Google open Android retail store

Melbournites get to play with devices and apps in Androidland

  • The 154 square metre temporary store in Melbourne includes Android technology and apps.

  • Try your luck with a mechanical claw skill tester.

  • Two `Andogs' which also make handy seats.

  • Australia gets a fly over on Google Earth.

  • Close up of the Android operating system.

  • The `Play Zone' where customers can sit down to test handsets and apps.

  • The Android clown machines where customers can win prizes.

  • Consumers can also play popular smartphone game, Angry Birds, on one of the store's touchscreens.

  • Androidland opens for business in Bourke Street, Melbourne.

  • Staff try out the Google Earth app which is projected onto a giant screen.

  • Android gift boxes all ready for Christmas.

  • Androidland was built in collaboration with handset makers Samsung, HTC, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and LG.

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