Anyone know about any current usage of Android for education(I'm assuming higher education would utilize a more advanced piece of tech than an elementary schol)? I am very interested to see how they're being used if they're being used. I believe there are many practical uses, and with the open ended nature of the device, applications can be written easier, with more features than something like an iPhone, and with the ease of use of the Android OS, and cross carrier element, seems like it can be done, with little cost for the student. I know the iPhone is being used, well more aptly iPods, iTunes university and such. Google had something with education, I'm wondering if it transferred over to the any ideas with Android...I'd kind of almost expect it with how forward thinking and moving Google is. Oh yea, and the "cell phone in the classroom" talks. I dont think it really matters. They're going to be used, whether your like it or not. It's like having computers within a classroom and really thinking the professor has control over what the user is doing. So might as well get used to it and embrace it.