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Android Fragmentation? It’s Amazon, Not Handsets, That’s the Problem

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The hard-working Michael DeGusta caused a stir in the Twittersphere on Thursday by announcing the results of a study in which he demonstrates that it’s very hard to find an Android device that’s running an up-to-date version of the OS. The study – Android Orphans: Visualising a Sad History of Support – goes on to say that this is bad for consumers and bad for developers. (It also suggests that things in the iPhone garden are rosy, or at least green – the colour he uses for phones that can run the latest OS.)

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