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Garter is wrong, it is not desperate, it is true. The only thing that is desperate is the people still trying to pretend Android is one platform. In 2010, "Android" had s Marketshare advantage, yet only managed 100 million in App sales, without Apple blocking all the good apps people want.The App Store did 1.7 or 1.3 billion in sales, the difference is largely irrelevant given the gap. The ONLY thing platform market share impacts is developer Eco-system. Android is...
All Clorox employees are just delusional fanboys.
As was clearly explained by Epic yesterday, and echoed by other major developers in the past, Android can not be developed on as a single platform.
Which manufacture sells more Android phones than Apple sells iPhones, Maybe you should hold on .
I totally agree with your first sentence. I will add that this does not compete with anything but that project MS threw out.
The ground starts to shake a blinding light comes through the windows. A massive spaceship lands in the parking lot and out pours and endless stream of little green robots. They come in all different shapes and sizes, each claiming to be Android. Everyone looks up as they hear the distant thump of Andy Rubin's approaching helicopter....I would continue but everything gets confusing when you bring Android into the picture...
Those same factors will keep the Android share of the mobile app market right around the 5% they had in 2010. The iPhone will remain the #1 smartphone for at least the next few years. Nothing else is even close. Since in spite of always being refered to as a single platform, Android is in reality many different platforms, using a wide variety of hardware and often times incompatible operating systems that never get upgraded. Developers will continue to invest time and...
The RIM bus shows up with it's 47 CEOS and 32 COOs that then proceed to stand in the corner bickering with each other and miss the fact that a deal is being made.
P.S. Who came up with the gigantic buttons and forgot to give access to the progress bar in full screen view.. Maybe he can show us the Android equivalent of high screen scrubbing in full screen..
Too bad all those videos play in browser and full screen on the iPad... They are certainly available in HTML5, how do we know from that video they were even playing in flash...
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