The Open Road: "In an attempt to copycat Apple's hardware-plus-software vertical approach to the mobile market, the Linux industry is fragmenting fast and risks undermining its best chance for beating the iPhone."
IT World: "In the embedded space, there's been a lot of talk about whether Android is fragmented, and if that fragmentation will ultimately hurt Android, because developers won't know what version to code for and users won't know which one to use."
Brendan Scott’s Weblog: "Glyn notes that the software is being licensed under a BSD licence and notes that is a good thing, but then observes that there is a patent encumbrance on the code, and indicates this is a bad thing."
Developer.com: "The Android platform has really matured in the past year or so. With the latest Android 2.2 SDK just released at Google I/O 2010, we thought it would be fitting to do a little review of how far the platform has come."
ItRunsOnLinux: "At the Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco (USA), several leading industry players announced the development of Google TV � an open platform that merges the web and TV. It will be based on the Linux based Android platform and runs the Google Chrome web browser."
Developer.com: "Android, an open source mobile platform with no upfront fees, has emerged as a new mobile development option that offers many benefits over competing platforms. But is it right for your project? In this reference guide, you'll learn all the nitty-gritty details you need to know to evaluate Android..."