The Raspberry Pi line of products are supported by a wide selection of operating systems, including Windows, but now Google could add another option to the list — Android. As covered by ArsTechnica, a new device tree has been spotted in Google's Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository for the Raspberry Pi 3. For those of you who have yet to learn about the Pi, it's a small board with multiple integrated components, essentially a very small computer that retails for $35.
Having Android available for the Raspberry Pi would enable enthusiasts with the small boards at home (or in the office) to boot up the mobile OS and install content from the catalog of apps and games. Once support builds for the Pi, it'll be interesting to see just how folk are able to take Android and use it on the small form factor. We'll have to wait and see what Google has planned for the Pi.