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Google's Page: 'Android Is On Fire'
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JBURT000
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4/6/2012 | 4:26:40 PM
re: Google's Page: 'Android Is On Fire'
Page can't face the fact that Ice Cream is melting. Hopefully the Jelly Beans will benefit because they don't need refrigeration. Right now I know glaciers that move faster than the Android upgrade.
YMOM100
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4/7/2012 | 4:03:30 PM
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Which is not Google's fault, but the tardiness of the hardware vendors.

In the end it is all a flavor of *nix and that includes iOS as well. I wonder if Microsoft still considers it a cancer.
Tom P
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4/9/2012 | 9:25:51 PM
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...and the wireless carriers like Verizon, AT&T and T-mobile, who are not exactly used to speedy software delivery.
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4/16/2012 | 10:20:04 PM
re: Google's Page: 'Android Is On Fire'
Yes, but this is a byproduct of being "open" to the extent that each vendor can customize Android with enough proprietary bells and whistles that changing desserts is a non-trivial enterprise.

As great as open source is and as much as people love Android-including me-this is something that will have to be addressed head on going forward. If that doesn't happen then the enterprise won't let Android on a grand scale. As BYOD goes forward and more and more users are being allowed to integrate personal and business devices, this will matter. . .


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