A report in The New York Times citing "confidential documents", suggests that the company is planning a home telephone device and tablet PC which will use versions of Android.
T-Mobile was the first carrier to support an Android handset when it began offering the G1 handset last November.
The company has also been making inroads into the home electronics market with services such as HotSpot at Home, which allows for mobile calls over home Wi-Fi connections.
Android is currently limited to mobile phone deployments, but PC vendors such as HP are considering versions of the open source operating system for use in netbook and handset systems.
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