Android has too many flavors and Apple isn’t the only one that thinks so

The chief of Google’s Android has one of the toughest jobs in tech: fending off Apple and fighting “fragmentation.” Hiroshi Lockheimer’s modus operandi: Get everyone to calm down.

CNET February 22, 2016

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