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Open source. Free information. The power to customise what I want, when I want. These are not simply words used to describe one of the biggest unheralded revolutions in modern times, Google’s Android, they also sum up my ethos as a person.
This comparison between operating system and personal philosophy may be a strange one, but considering how mobile devices have become essential tools to survive modern society, I believe it a very relevant one.
Who is not affected?
Consider the number of people you know that own have a smartphone, whether it’s a BlackBerry, iPhone, Android or Windows Mobile device? We’ve become so attached to our devices that trying to remember how we shared information without them seems a futile exercise.
My mobile operating system of choice is Android (the title of this post may have been a hint), but why? Why do I carry a torch for Google’s mobile OS?
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