No information about Android

by [EMAIL PROTECTED] » Tue, 24 Jun 2008 22:24:21 GMT


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 Hy,

I just knew the Android project ... there is a lack of information ...
Google should post news in the magazines once a Week or two about
Android.

As a programmer, people only will go with Android if there is a
business to be exploited. Google should go for professionals, offer
professional advice, tools and make learn how enterprises can gain
money with its product.

Cheers.

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