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Hey, Google: Here's What Fragmentation Means

PC Magazine - ‎hace 36 minutos‎
Google's Eric Schmidt and Andy Rubin have both gone on the record to deny fragmentation exists, but it's there; they just don't see it. By Jamie Lendino This back-and-forth about Android fragmentation is getting a little ridiculous. ...

Google's Schmidt Does the Android Definition Boogie

LinuxInsider.com - ‎hace 1 hora‎
By Richard Adhikari Google Chairman Eric Schmidt doesn't seem to like it when the word "fragmentation" is applied to his company's Android mobile OS. Android isn't fragmented, he said during a recent interview -- it's "differentiated. ...

(Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET)

CNET (blog) - ‎hace 1 hora‎
"Fragmentation means the app only runs on one device and not the others. That is not happening to Android," Schmidt argued while speaking to CNET at the CES show on CNET's Next Big Thing panel. But I think that's too binary a view. ...

Google's Schmidt Not Convinced Android is Fragmented

PC Magazine - ‎hace 19 horas‎
By Chloe Albanesius LAS VEGAS—Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt on Tuesday took issue with the idea that the Android mobile operating system is fragmented, arguing that there is instead a "differentiation" between devices. ...

Eric Schmidt: Microsoft 'may not get through' Windows architectural transition ...

The Verge - ‎hace 1 hora‎
By Nilay Patel on January 11, 2012 02:16 pm 0Comments Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has been a nonstop quote machine ever since he handed the CEO role to Larry Page, and the hits kept coming this morning at CES: he told CNET's Molly Wood that ...

Does 'ecosystem' mean gadgets are dead?

CNETTV - ‎hace 2 horas‎
At CES 2012, CNET talks to Google's Eric Schmidt, Samsung's Tim Baxter, and other industry insiders about the "ecosystem" trend toward devices backed by content, services, and the cloud. Who wins, and who loses? It's the Next Big Thing.

The Next Big Thing: Android in the home, and in the fridge

CNET - ‎hace 18 horas‎
by Elinor Mills January 10, 2012 6:19 PM PST Follow @elinormills Nearly every device in your house, from your television to your refrigerator, is going to be networked and could very well be Android-powered, panelists said today at a CNET CES event in ...

Google chairman says Android isn't fragmented

TG Daily - ‎hace 2 horas‎
Android has skyrocketed to stardom in a way few expected when the G1 phone launched on T-Mobile nearly four years ago. In fact, I remember being in line for a launch-day G1 because I thought it would be a neat novelty phone that I could reminisce about ...

Google's Schmidt says devices, apps need to be friends

Computerworld - ‎hace 18 horas‎
By Sharon Gaudin Computerworld - Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told an audience at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that the future of technology will be getting all the electronics in our lives to friend each other. ...

Google's Schmidt: No Android fragmentation, only differentiation

SlashGear - ‎hace 7 horas‎
Google's Eric Schmidt has again denied there is any fragmentation problem within Android, claiming that the platform instead shows customer-friendly “differentiation.” Speaking at CES this week, where many manufacturers revealed devices running older ...

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