Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Jul 2012 23:15 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "Conventional wisdom suggests that, just like Gingerbread in 2010 and ICS in 2011, the next version of Android could make an appearance sometime in the fourth quarter of 2012. But the current state of the Android ecosystem indicates that this might not be the best course of action for Google, its OEMs or their customers. In this article, we'll take a brief look at why Google should stick with Android 4.1 until 2013, and push Android forward with hardware, not software later in the year." Fully agreed. Give the ecosystem some time to catch its breath. I mean, it's not as if the competition has anything groundbreaking up its sleeve - iOS and Android are so close these days.
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RE: Give me Cyanogenmod or die!
by manjabes on Wed 11th Jul 2012 05:36 UTC in reply to "Give me Cyanogenmod or die!"
manjabes
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2005-08-27

Why should I allow games to download and display ads? Why should I give them my location? etc
That are things the uninformed can live with, I don't want to.With CM I can say: No Rovio, you have earned enough, I need my bandwidth and my battery for myself.

Rovio: "But, dear Kragil, if You are so interested in bandwidth and battery life then, in the name of all that's holy, do NOT play our games! You know, why should we give you our game (that cost real money to make) for free to play? We even show some goodwill and give You our game "for free" if we can show some ads alongside the game (to recoup some costs, you know), but no, even that is too much to ask from you cheapskates...ah screw it, iCustomers are much more willing to pay directly for games anyway!"

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