Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th May 2011 21:04 UTC
Google Well, that was all rather much. Google just held its keynote speech thing during the opening of the company's I/O conference, and they announced some pretty spectacular stuff. Aside from Android 3.1 for tablets and Android Icecream Sandwich which will unify the tablet and phone versions of Android in Q4 in 2011, Google announced an internet-based music service. And a video service. And an Arduino-based accessory development kit. And Android@Home. And an alliance of device makers and carriers to bring timely Android updates to devices for a minimum of 18 months.
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RE: Yup
by novad on Wed 11th May 2011 04:18 UTC in reply to "Yup"
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Well... I must be one of these "supposedly educated and intelligent people"... All in all I find these announcements rather positive.

These services, once again, tend to increase usability and quality of Googles products. It seems that all is built to interact with existing systems (also those from competitors) and to avoid Lock-in.

Maybe you could come down to the level of stupid people like me and also explain a bit your statement or was it simply an anti-Google rant?

Edited 2011-05-11 04:18 UTC

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