Linked by David Adams on Thu 31st Mar 2011 15:42 UTC
Google Playtime is over in Android Land. Over the last couple of months Google has reached out to the major carriers and device makers backing its mobile operating system with a message: There will be no more willy-nilly tweaks to the software. No more partnerships formed outside of Google's purview. From now on, companies hoping to receive early access to Google's most up-to-date software will need approval of their plans. And they will seek that approval from Andy Rubin, the head of Google's Android group.
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Comment by Abstract
by Abstract on Sat 2nd Apr 2011 05:01 UTC
Abstract
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2009-10-24

I think Uncle Thom and the other Android Jihadist are the ones under the effects of a Reality Distortion Field.

If the source code to Honeycomb is unavailable then it is closed source. When Google releases the source code, it will become open source.

I am not a billionaire unless I have a billion dollars in the bank (or assets valued at a billion dollars), even though one day I may.

Google's new slogan should be: "Do as I say, not as I do"

We should pay less attention to what is said, and more on what is done.

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