They’re both spreading.
Google’s Android, “gained early traction in the United States in the second half of 2008 and it is gradually spreading its presence into Europe and Asia during 2009,” Telecom Tiger has a ‘senior analyst’ saying.
Must be true, then.
It’s also on its way to Canada, p2pnet reported recently.
Can there be such a thing as a “semi-open-source structure”?
It’s possible, and it applies to advertising giant Google’s Android, says the story.
Only two questions remain:
- How will Google use “semi-open-source” Android as an advertising vehicle; and,
- When will it do it?
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