On big data and why Google’s Android is winning and fragmentation is no longer a problem

Google's big developer conference began yesterday and we heard a lot of news about what Google has planned over the coming months. However, the big highlights centered around the Android platform. As I have indicated over the past 4 years, I believe Android will continue to take share and the announcements from Google I/O only further this view. However, more than that, with 75% of new handset sales going to Android, now there is the real threat that Android could become the Windows of mobile. Below are my thoughts on the news flow followed by links to a slew of articles released yesterday in support.
Big Data
Every year, Google brings its developers together for a big pow wow and make critical announcements on the future of software and hardware development at the company. As everywhere i...

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