There will be 115 Google Android phones on the market by the end of 2010, along with 50 non-phone Android devices, according to Jason Schwarz in his investment newsletter, Economic Weather Station. Whether these figures are accurate, the reality is that Android is beginning to move beyond its beginnings in the smartphone form factor to a broad range of embedded devices that span multiple industries and segments. This white paper will explore the top 10 business and technical drivers that are key to the success of the embedded Android operating system.