Yesterday, I wrote about a Plus Edition article about a new handheld computer I purchased. I mentioned that it uses version 2.2 of the Android operating system, not the latest version 3.0 "Honeycomb" version. I also mentioned that version 3.0 reportedly has a few bugs and I guessed that is why this tablet computer uses the older version of Android.
Jason Perlow, columnist for ZDnet, agrees. In today's column, Perlow writes:
"Honeycomb, despite all of Google’s efforts to make it an effective competitor to Apple’s iOS, is a failure. All the current indications are that the first device to ship with it, the Motorola XOOM, is a complete sales dud."
If you are following the Android sales efforts, you will be interested in Perlow's article at http://goo.gl/67aC6
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