Irina Sandu

on mobile and Mozilla

Month: January, 2013

Android and mobile browsing insights – Week 2

Every week (or so) I post an overview on what’s been happening in the mobile (browsing) world and is relevant to Mozilla.

 

 

In Google’s Q4 2012 earnings report Larry Page talked about the current issues of “managing supply” of hardware (meaning the problems with LG not being able to deliver as many Nexus 4 devices as are ordered) and of Motorola’s opportunities for innovation. He mentioned battery life and durability as possible areas of focus. Page mentioned that at the moment of acquisition Motorola had a 12 – 18 months product pipeline that Google still needs to deliver on.

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Android and mobile browsing insights – Week 1

Every week (or so) I post an overview on what’s been happening in the mobile (browsing) world and is relevant to Mozilla.

 

This week is about updates in the Android ecosystem (Play Store, version distribution), a view of mobile industry leaders of HTML5, stats about big screens on phones and regulation initiatives in the European telecommunications space.

 

 

Google now allows all developers to reply to comments directly in the Android Play Store, a feature available until now only to those considered top developers.

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