$23 isn’t bad! I disable cellular data and only use WiFi, otherwise it’d probably be $40-50.
United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) replacing 17,000 employee BlackBerry devices for iPhones.
“Google […] provides their operating system as open source to support a wide variety of implementations across many hardware manufacturers. Google’s score is a direct reflection of ICE’s needs in sharp contrast to Google’s strategy. What is a strength for Google, is a risk for ICE.”
“Right now, Google will never admit to this reality. To be honest, I’m not sure most people on the Android team even realize this reality. But at the end of the day, this comes down to making money. Microsoft is currently making more money off of Android than Google is. iOS is providing more mobile revenue when it comes to Google searches. The model is already broken and it runs the risk of cracking wide open unless there’s a product that can keep it together.”
Android usage share of the different versions as of September 4, 2012. Most Android devices to date still run the older OS version 2.3.x Gingerbread that was released on December 6, 2010.
Just interesting to me.
|Version||Release date||API level||Distribution (September 4, 2012)|
|4.1.x Jelly Bean||July 9, 2012||16||1.2%|
|4.0.x Ice Cream Sandwich||October 19, 2011||14-15||20.9%|
|3.x.x Honeycomb||February 22, 2011||11-13||2.1%|
|2.3.x Gingerbread||December 6, 2010||9-10||57.5%|
|2.2 Froyo||May 20, 2010||8||14%|
|2.0, 2.1 Eclair||October 26, 2009||7||3.7%|
|1.6 Donut||September 15, 2009||4||0.4%|
|1.5 Cupcake||April 30, 2009||3||0.2%|