Post Tagged with: “Andy Rubin”

3.7 Million Android Devices Activated Over Holiday Weekend

3.7 Million Android Devices Activated Over Holiday Weekend

Android just keeps coming, iOS better pay attention because if they can get the hardware stuff together they could be a problem. I currently own the iPhone 4S but I was a former Android owner and they aren’t bad devices at all, the biggest problem with them is the inconsistency with OS updates and all the different things that hardware […]

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Over 700,000 Android Devices Activated Every Day, Up 200K Since June … WOW

Over 700,000 Android Devices Activated Every Day, Up 200K Since June … WOW

Head over to Andy Rubin’s Twitter account, and you’ll quickly see that his last two tweets referenced the staggering growth of the Android platform. Towards the end of June he tweeted that “There are now over 500,000 Android devices activated every day, and it’s growing at 4.4% w/w.” We got excited about that, but since then that number has increased […]

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MIPS 7 Inch Android Tablet, NOVO7 With Android 4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ Available Now For $99, Very Affordable … But Worthy?

MIPS 7 Inch Android Tablet, NOVO7  With Android 4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ Available Now For $99, Very Affordable … But Worthy?

Today a new standard was set in the tablet world (at least according to the company). MIPS Technologies has announced the release and availability of the first Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) tablet, the NOVO7 for a very affordable $99. Now of course one has to wonder at this price if the tablet will be worthy. Fortunately, all signs points […]

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Over 300,000 Android Phones Activated Daily, Andy Rubin

Over 300,000 Android Phones Activated Daily, Andy Rubin

Earlier this year in August, Eric Schmidt noted that there were over 200,000 activations per day on Android. This week Andy Rubin, the VP of Engineering at Google, tweeted that “there are over 300,000 Android phones activated each day”, which comes to over 9 millions activations per month. One difference that has been noted in this report in comparison to […]

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