The state of the Android platform: from monetization to China to the Nexus 7

The state of the Android platform: from monetization to China to the Nexus 7

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New As Google’s annual developer conference I/O winds down today, it’s clear Google is trying to evolve Android — not only as a platform, but as an experience for both users and developers. The company unveiled beautifully designed devices like the Nexus 7 and the Nexus Q to show us Android...
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