No more than two months ago, Google reported an astounding figure of 700,000 daily Android device activations, an announcement which awed enough to step back and acknowledge the platform's presence as a top-contender in the mobile industry (tailing Apple by just 15 million activations total). This morning, it would seem they've upped the bar on themselves, and don't be surprised as it continues to go up. Reporting from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Andy Rubin, (SVP Mobile at Google) tweeted a significant jump from the December figure to 850,000 activations a day. Pretty incredible!
Now that we've (somehow) bounced back from the period of drowsiness synonymous with the Thanksgiving holiday, I invite you to jump right back into the action with me. Continuing from where we left off, I'm going to summarize how the kindle fire chalks up to the iPad 2 in terms of tech specs.
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