Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, claims that the popular mobile operating system was originally designed for digital cameras, not phones. In an interview published by PC World, Rubin said that the original concept, as pitched to investors back in 2004, was for "a camera platform with a cloud portion for storing images online." By the time Google acquired Android in 2005, however, the plan had changed and the os soon became popular for powering smartphones and tablets. Read the full story on