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Android: Changing the Mobile Landscape

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1 Author(s)
Margaret Butler ; Innovaspire

The mobile phone landscape changed last year with the introduction of smart phones running Android, a platform marketed by Google. Android phones are the first credible threat to the iPhone market. Not only did Google target the same consumers as iPhone, it also aimed to win the hearts and minds of mobile application developers. On the basis of market share and the number of available apps, Android is a success.

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IEEE Pervasive Computing  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 1 )