Before I get a bunch of angry comments, I want to say I'm aware that Linux powers all sorts of computers outside of the PC market, but this particular example was too, well, cool not to share.
on 05/13/2010 – Made popular on 05/13/2010
Well friends, it’s about that time see the latest Android distribution trends. As previously predicted, we’re not only a gradual increase of Ice Cream Sandwich-based devices, but we’re beginning to see a sudden spike of Jelly Bean-based devices as well.
Yes I know Linux is kicking ass these days. One of questions that I was not able to answer in recent arguments with my friends was why Linux failed initially in corporate world (where servers and stability was preference rather than a UI). Have I been quoted wrong about the market share of Linux vs Windows? Are there any absolute numbers that I can quote regarding its share today?