Android’s bright future lies on where iPhone doesn’t do.
Boston – According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global Android smartphone shipments will grow 900 percent in 2009. Healthy support from operators, vendors and developers is driving adoption. Apple iPhone OS will be the next fastest-growing smartphone operating system in 2009, with a 79 percent growth rate.
AtJjune 10th, The Silicon Valley Android Developer Meetup will collaborate with Silicon Valley Google Technology User Group (http://www.meetup.com…) to co-host Android platform event at Googleplex.
This part of series of effort Google put to expand its effort in helping the development community
China will become world’s largest market for Android.
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At the upcoming event hosted by Fountainblue at May 11, Mobile Applications: Hot Technologies and Business Models, I am invited to compare IPhone 3.0 and Android 1.5, from develoment, marketing, and business models. My twitter – […]
Google just released its 1.5 version of Android plaform days ago. It added lots of new features. But can Android 1.5 catching up with iPhone 3.0 which likely will be relased at […]
This is my fist post. It is a start to put down my thoughts, ideas related Android 15. development. Also plan to put together the news get from Google IO into this […]