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Wednesday, June 29th, 2011, 8:41 am

Android ‘Winning’

Summary: A commentary on whether or not Linux and Free software are winning

THIS is not an episode of TechBytes Video but more of a test, the final one of its kind. This video was done as an audio test amid some problems with the software’s compression phase (thus the audio cutoff).

Linux is winning in Android form as it spreads faster than Windows (replaces itself). Android enjoys a “growth rate of [...] growth [at] 4.4% per week,” which is amazing. Meanwhile, Apple targets those who are willing to pay too much for something more primitive and restrictive.

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