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Google and ARM to standardize Android 3.0 platform?

Posted on Thursday, March 31 2011 @ 21:52:00 CEST by


DigiTimes heard Google and ARM are in talks to standardize the Android 3.0 platform:
Google is reportedly considering a push for standardization of its Android 3.0 hoping the new strategy will help resolve the drawbacks of the operation system; meanwhile, Google may also negotiate with ARM over the possibility of implementing standardization for ARM architecture products, according to sources from notebook players.

Currently, Android 3.0-based tablet PCs have several drawbacks over their user interface as well as a lack of supporting applications. Although Google's Android Market has about 250,000 applications available for download, since most of the softwares designed for smartphones, only a limited number of applications are able to run on the bigger screen devices such as tablet PCs.




 



 

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