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+ - Eric Schmidt Doesn't Think Android Is Fragmented

Submitted by adeelarshad82
adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "Eric Schmidt took issue with the idea that the Android mobile operating system is fragmented, arguing that it's a differentiation between devices rather than a fragmentation. The difference, as he explains it, is that differentiation means manufacturers have a choice, they're going to compete on their view of innovation, and try to convince consumers that their innovation is better than somebody elses whereas fragmentation is quite the opposite. Not suprisingly, company analysts beg to differ, pointing out the ever increasing incompatibilities between OS and apps across different Android devices and why they hate Android."
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Eric Schmidt Doesn't Think Android Is Fragmented

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