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Android 2.0 — Competition Against the iPhone and the Rest

October 30th, 2009 10:05 admin

GMGruman writes “Every few months, it seems, there is a new ‘iPhone killer.’ Android 2.0, in the guise of the Motorola Droid, is the latest such ‘killer.’ But what will it really take to beat or match the iPhone (single page), and does Android or any other mobile OS have the right stuff? There’s a lot more to the answer than is usually discussed. This article takes a look at the strengths that may allow Droid and Android 2.0 to provide strong competition to devices like the iPhone and the Blackberry, as well as the obstacles it continues to face that could inhibit adoption.”

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