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[2]: Give me Cyanogenmod or die!
by kragil on Wed 11th Jul 2012 11:48 UTC in reply to "RE: Give me Cyanogenmod or die!"
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Yadda, yadda. Stupid BS. I bought Angry Birds Space, but the others I cannot buy and I am not willing to have ads ruining my gameplay and battery life.
And why the hell do they need to know my location?? I want my privacy and only CM allows me to control what apps get to know what. I bought many apps. I prefer donating to FOSS apps, but some games I just like. I'm only human, but I like my privacy, battery life and good gameplay even more.

And btw Rovio makes much more money on Android.

Edited 2012-07-11 11:56 UTC

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My god, you sound like a 6-year-old spoiled kid. Your parents should have given you less gifts at christmas.

the others I cannot buy and I am not willing to have ads ruining my gameplay and battery life.
Then don't install them!

You want to have it both ways, and you whine when you can't. Childish.

And btw Rovio makes much more money on Android.
...So what, Robin Hood? You courageously rob the rich, ahah! To give to... Yourself. Oh.

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Bla, again BS. I don't steal. I could just turn off internet access for the whole phone and then play, but that would be highly inconvient. Having a good way to manage the permissions is much better. But all you IOS fanboys think the way Apple handles things, by removing powers from the user and giving it to themselves is the solution. Then it is really the binary choice you present, you either eat their stuff and be a happy sheep or you just don't. There is no middle ground.

Not my cup of tea, I want a system where I am in control and I have the final say about what happens with my data.

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