The Android versions keep on rolling today with the introduction of a new build in the 2.3
Gingerbread


line -- 2.3.3 this time -- that improves developer access to the platforms newfound
NFC


capabilities as first seen on the
Nexus S


. What's new, exactly? Well, there's a new NFC read / write API that Google alleges will let you access pretty much any NFC tag on the market today, better control over what happens when a tag comes within range of the device, and "limited support" for peer-to-peer NFC communication -- something
Stanford cobbled together


for the Nexus S not long ago. The new build is available now to developers using the Android SDK; no devices have received an update yet, but we'd imagine the Nexus S is queued up to get it before too long.
Android 2.3.3 announced with more developer-friendly access to NFC


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