Some interesting news and reports have surfaced this week regarding the hugely popular Wikipedia megasite. With all the information you'd ever need in over 25 million articles the company is looking for ways to deliver their content to more people. Mainly users in developing markets that might not have high-speed internet, WiFi, and 4G LTE to quickly access the content. Their plan is to deliver it through text messages later this year.
Just two days ago, Wikipedia released their official application to the Android Market. It had been available for some time in Apple's App Store - and will be much welcomed to us Android users. With so many other non-official Wikipedia applications, it doesn't even show up on the first page, so you'll have to scroll down a bit to find it.