Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Dec 2011 00:27 UTC
Google "Google's Android operating system has undergone a pretty incredible metamorphosis in the three short years since it debuted on the T-Mobile G1. Think about it: three years, eight major releases. Eight. To put that in perspective, there have only been ten major consumer-grade releases of Windows (give or take, depending on how you count) in over twenty-five years of retail availability. You could make a pretty convincing argument that no consumer technology in history has evolved as quickly as the smartphone, and Android has been at the very center of that evolution. With the release of Android 4.0 - Ice Cream Sandwich - on Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, we wanted to take a look back through the years at how Andy Rubin's brainchild has evolved into the industry titan that it is today. What's changed? What has (sometimes stubbornly) stayed the same?" Fantastic article.
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where is updades?
by antik on Fri 9th Dec 2011 09:11 UTC
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I got my Galaxy S in june this year and only available Android version was 2.2.1 but in our region 2.3.2 become available only 9 months LATER!


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