Speaking of which, we got another glimpse at what Android's future might look like, this time thanks to Android @ Home, the Android-powered home automation platform. Interestingly, Google is working with Lighting Science Group to release an Android-compatible LED bulb, pictured above, rather than some kind of switch for lamps. You'll be able to turn the 60-watt bulbs on and off, as well as dim them, with an Android device. Lighting Science Group says they'll be out by the end of the year and won't cost "much more" than regular LED lights, which we'll believe once we see the price tag. Still, it's a very cool idea, and we're excited to see where developers take this whole Android @ Home idea.