Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 18th Jan 2014 20:00 UTC
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To be sure, it's no magic solution to the gargantuan task of moving the entire Android ecosystem forward. And the update situation for non-flagship devices remains something of a crapshoot. But it's a start, and a big step in the right direction. And as we move from Jelly Bean into the KitKat era, it's enough to give us some hope for the future of Android updates.

Read on to find out why.

Still Android's biggest weakness. Baby steps are made, but a solution there is not.

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hobgoblin
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2005-07-06

Anyone that came into contact with the Nokia Maemo project learned to loath the word differentiation.

It is what lead to various binary blobs being in charge of power management, and so making it virtually impossible for the community to maintain and upgrade the software.

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