Ars Technica takes
Google to task
for its management of the Android program.
"Google vowed that its Linux-based Android mobile platform would
empower enthusiasts and amateur developers, but today we have seen
compelling evidence that this is an empty promise. Third-party Android
application developers, who have grown increasingly frustrated with the
lack of SDK updates, were shocked to discover that Google has been secretly
making new versions of the Android SDK available to the Android Developer
Challenge (ADC) finalists under non-disclosure agreements.
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