The Future of Android, Part 1: The Legal Squeeze

To say Android’s popular among consumers is like saying Godzilla’s a lizard. It’s a question of degree. More than 500,000 new Android devices were being activated daily, and the number was growing at 4.4 percent week over week, Google’s Andy Rubin tweeted in late June. comScore’s figures show that for the three-month period ending in May, Android was the leading mobile platform in the United States, with 38 percent of the market. However, Android is facing considerable legal problems, and that might slow down its surge somewhat.

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