Data suggests That Android Has Only Made $550 Million since 2008
Google and Oracle have been fighting in court for a long time now. Recently Google provided Oracle with a bunch of documents as part of a settlement offer to end the legal war. That data gives insight into how successful Google has been with Android operating system.
According to the documents between 2008 and into 2011 Android generated less than $550 million in revenue. The part that confuses me is with android being an open source and freely given operating system, I'm rather surprised it generated that much revenue.
It's due out on September 1st via Too PureGlamorous indie with just a hint of darkness, Leeds own Post War Glamour Girls delivered debut album 'Pink Fur' earlier this year.
A blizzard of off kilter riffs, witty lyrics and contagious melodies, the record marked another step forward for the band.
Spending their summer at festivals across the land, Post War Glamour Girls have now outlined plans for ... Source: Clash Music
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Now I’ve got to admit it had been some time since I’ve laid eyes on a phone made by Sharp, and that was a feature phone nothing in the current crop of smartphones. Now Sharp has unveiled a new smartphone, with a truly bezel-free design.
The Sharp Aquos Crystal manages to cram a 5-inch screen into a body that stops right at the edge of that display.
If the leaked image above is to be believed not only great looking device the Aquos has s ... Source: Cool Smart Phone
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Locks always struck me as the perfect application for Bluetooth LE: walk up to the lock, it detects the phone in your pocket or bag, checks the code and unlocks. If you need to let someone else in, you authorize their app on a one-off or permanent basis. Simple, secure, convenient.
There are a bunch of Bluetooth door locks on the way, and you can even lock and unlock your Mac via Bluetooth, so why ... Source: 9to5Mac
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Best Buy on Sunday listed its product page for the upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch, as discovered by Droid-Life, revealing in the process the official price of the highly anticipated Android Wear wearable device, as well as its full specs and features. Many details about the Moto 360 were already known, as Motorola shared certain things about the device, while keeping other hardware details secret – Best Buy's listing, since removed, basically reveals everything there is to know about the dev ... Source: BGR
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The LG G Watch was only announced a couple of months ago and has been available for even less amount of time, but already it looks like LG could be readying a sequel to the Android Wear wristwatch, and it may be unleashed at this year’s IFA event taking place next month! While the original LG G Watch is a fairly affordable rival to Samsung’s Android Wear smartwatch, could the follow-up be a high-end Apple iWatch rival? Read on for all the details!.
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In response to internet trolls...Speaking to CMJ back in 2012, Grimes spoke frankly about the circumstances surrounding breakthrough album 'Visions'.
"I blacked out the windows," she said, "and did tons of amphetamines and stayed up for three weeks and didn’t eat anything."
The quote has since been added to and removed from her Wikipedia page on several occasions, with Claire Boucher now deci ... Source: Clash Music
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