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Jan 21, 2012
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Google should fix 10 serious Android flaws

Summary: Google would have to take care of some serious Android flaws in order to retain its number one position. In this article, we will take you through some of the key points that would need improvement at the earliest.

Android is the number one smartphone operating system from Google; however the success is quite short-lived in the phone market. If you are an avid Android user, you would be aware of the fact that there are a lot of significant shortcomings in its system and these inadequacies need to be fixed to continue huge growth.

Here is a list of some of the top flaws that Android should be looking to fox in order to retain its top-dog status –

1. Android User Interface
2. Android Resource Management
3. Application Sandboxing
4. Sync Experience
5. Android Apps Marketplace
6. Content Partnerships
7. Android Patent Mess
8. Android Focus Factors
9. Android Support
10. Android Security Issues

Let us know in the comments section below, if you can think of some other major Android shortcomings.

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Nov 14, 2011

Google won’t stop promoting Chrome OS even though Chromebook sales are down

Summary: Google’s record would have been terrible with hardware makers, if they didn’t had Android. Sales of Chromebook laptops that run Chrome OS have been quite poor and Google TV has been no good either.

As per current reports, Samsung has been struggling in selling Google Chromebook, whereas Acer was able to sell atleast 5000 Chromebook laptops since the launch last summer. To be honest, these sales numbers make Blackberry Playbook look like a stirring success and one of the best laptops available in the market comparatively 🙂

Even though the sales figures have been meager, Google and its executives haven’t stopped commending Chrome OS for the qualities. Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman also spoke about it in the official speech earlier in the week.

Assumingly, Chrome OS has quite a few advantages, like quick boot-up times than Windows machines, although the verity that it makes users depend on the cloud for their entire apps requirement is a major drawback when you’re not linked to the Internet.

Do you think Google needs to improve quite a bit on its Chromebook laptops and Chrome OS? Should they give up? Whatever the case maybe, let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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