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Old 07-09-2008, 04:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Which Is Faster - an Android or a LiMo?

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Google has made a habit of throwing its considerable weight behind a project and making it succeed. The company's Android project, its effort at creating a Linux-based smartphone, is running into delays, while a similar effort by the LiMo Foundation already has produced handsets. Making good software for mobile phones is hard -- even for a technically adept company like Google. Indeed, it's so difficult that the fleet-footed champion of search advertising finds itself in the unaccustomed position of playing catch-up to normally slow-moving industry behemoths.



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