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Tablets powered by Google’s mobile operating system are set to debut.
Developers say fragmentation is hurting Android, while RIM and Microsoft fall still farther behind.
Google’s first phone is a superfast, elegant device with a few privacy problems.
Google’s phone has plenty of potential, but some say its mechanism for delivering applications could lead to problems.
The latest Android tablets and Chromebooks suggest different “post-PC” worlds, both more complicated than the one Apple is going for.
An Android phone’s approach to security is radically different from an iPhone’s–but is it better?