"Android, you ask? What would a Linux-based phone
operating system be doing on the desktop? Running it, perhaps. You
see, Matthaus Krzykowski and Daniel Hartmann, founders of start-up
Mobile-facts, discovered late last year that Android has two
product policies in its code. Product policies, they explained, are
instructions in an operating system aimed at specific uses.
Android's two policies are phones and MIDs (mobile Internet
devices). You probably know MIDs by their more popular name:
"The light begins to dawn, doesn't it? But just because a
program says it can do a job doesn't mean it can actually deliver
the goods. Recall, for example, just how well Vista ran on "Vista
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