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  • The choice of what phone or tablet to buy is one that often involves many considerations, chief amongst those is the physical device and the operating system that it runs. But I think there is a third fundamental consideration that is growing in importance: what services and entertainment ecosystems you’ll be able to access. But the really big news for Game Center is, thanks to OS X Mountain Lion, it now goes across Apple's entire product line. That's right, you can challenge and play your friends not just on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but Mac as well. And vice versa. And thanks to AirPlay Mirroring now being ubiquitous on all the latest devices, you can all push your games through an Apple TV and onto the big screen HDTV if like.
  • Movies listing ("what G-rated movies are playing nearby”) * Information about their cast and crew * Showtimes and synopsis * MPAA and Rotten Tomatoes rating * Run their trailer * and show you where they're playing, or what their availability is on iTunes. * More precisely, Siri can fetch: * Studio: Who produced the movie * Title: What the movie is called * Director: Who directed the movie * Actors: The 3 top highest billed stars of the movie * Rotten Tomatoes rating: The aggregated percentage review rating of the movie * Content Rating: The MPAA rating for the movie (G, PG, R, etc.) * Runtime: The length of the movie in minutes * Description: A brief teaser about the movie, including plot, characters, and actors. * Showtimes: If the movie is still in theaters, where and when it's playing. * iTunes availability: If the movie is no longer in theaters, but is on iTunes, purchase and rental information.
  • I have found it baffling when Android users bash iPhones for not being “open” because I haven’t found one person able to explain why that’s any sort of an advantage other than confusion for the average user and an opportunity for Android geeks to spend a lot of time hacking a phone to be able to do what you want it to do when an iPhone does that out of the box. Open is not a feature - unless you are a developer. Are you? No? So why would you care? The platform is defined by locked bootloaders, non-removable apps, disabled features, and of course massively delayed upgrades much of the talk from users at Android-focused forums revolves around how to root the OS to get the control Motorola or Samsung won't let them have. Google makes a lot of its Android income from ad revenue splits with carriers and other partners Read more: http://www.electronista.com/articles/11/12/31/android.needs.to.live.up.to.its.ambitions/#ixzz2A7OFETmZ
  • NFC may be useful sometime in the future when retailers are ready to upgrade their systems and security is built in. Apple may release a phone with it then.
  • Google Apple divergent business models. Apple sells consumer electronics - media devices (Apple TV, iPods), computers ( iPads, iPhones, Macs) - to consumers. Google sells … well … consumers for product/service manufacturers. Remove advertising from Android OS and Google has zero incentive to continue development. Building ad networks into mobile apps is so regular in the Android ecosystem that many apps even support multiple ad networks. And, of course, these advertising providers want to know everything about Android users: email address, contact information, unique identifiers, and sometimes even location. Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/how-to/the-ultimate-android-malware-guide-what-it-does-where-it-came-from-and-how-to-protect-your-phone-or-tablet/#ixzz2A52PThI6 FTC fines Google $22.5 million for privacy invasion in mobile and desktop Safari (July 2012) * By default, Safari only accepts cookies from sites that users have actually visited, or from things that the user clicks, like ads. In this default state, advertisers can't leave cookies on users’ devices, so in order to get around the behavior, Google used some sneaky code to submit blank forms to its ad network, DoubleClick.
  • Android OS corporate app development? Very hard to develop for every single iteration of OS on every device. iOS has a bigger and better library of available games than Android. The fact is, most developers - not all, but most - prefer to develop for iOS first and Android second, if at all. Reasons for this vary, but there are two big ones. First: Hardware fragmentation means more choices for consumers, but it's a huge turn-off for developers. Consider what Imangi's Natalia Luckyanova had to say following Temple Run's introduction on Android earlier this year: "99.9% of support emails are complaining their device isn't supported. We currently support 707 devices. Mindblowing." Second: iOS users have historically been overwhelmingly more likely to pay for apps. Six month ago, a survey found that two thirds of Android users had never spent a cent on apps.
  • http://appleinsider.com/articles/10/12/11/google_rewarms_android_market_still_half_baked_next_to_iphone_app_store/page/2
  • http://www.digitaltrends.com/android/google-pulls-dozens-of-apps-from-android-market-for-sms-scams/ http://www.digitaltrends.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/android-virus-e1321481848873.jpeg http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2397527,00.asp http://www8.pcmag.com/media/images/328048-android-permissions-request.jpg?thumb=y Exploit in gingerbread in -april 2012. http://www.tomsguide.com/us/Android-LeNa-Malware-Root-Access-Lookout-Security,news-14726.html Android OS maker in October 2012 http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?&cht=p&chs=460x245&chd=t:3.9,12.9,55.8,1.9,23.7,1.8&chl=Eclair%20%26%20older%7CFroyo%7CGingerbread%7CHoneycomb%7CIce%20Cream%20Sandwich%7CJelly%20Bean&chco=c4df9b,6fad0c&chf=bg,s,00000000
  • http://www.zdnet.com/android-malware-fud-and-the-fbi-7000005874/ Google building malware scanner for Google Play http://www.zdnet.com/google-building-malware-scanner-for-google-play-report-7000005780/
  • Malware exploiting vulnerability in Gingerbread Android OS 2.3 in - april 2012. Google patched it in Ice Cream Sandwich in October 19, 2011. How many people are running ICS? Let’s see. Exploit in gingerbread in -april 2012. http://www.tomsguide.com/us/Android-LeNa-Malware-Root-Access-Lookout-Security,news-14726.html
  • Source: Android developers web site, http://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.html Samsung Galaxy S - 1 year old - 10 million customers stuck on an outdated version of Android The only phones that are guaranteed to get the most recent version of Android are Google's Nexus-branded I find it funny that the only Android based tablet selling in large numbers (although small) is the Amazon Kindle Fire. And that’s a closed version of Android which pushed customers towards Amazon.com for apps, music, movies, books etc. In other words, a closed OS centered around an ecosystem of useful easy to find content. Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2012-04-24/tech/31390438_1_google-s-android-samsung-carrier#ixzz2A7UceGBn Android OS maker in October 2012 http://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.html
  • CHITIKA INSIGHTS : http://insights.chitika.com/2012/ios-6-adoption-one-month/ Jelly Bean, the most recent version of the Android OS, was released on July 9th, 2012 and it’s user base is still under 2%. When a new version of iOS comes out, every device that will ever get the update gets it on day one. Imagine what desktop computing would be like if Microsoft released a new version of Windows every 18 months or patch and every brand of computer shipped with a different version and required the user wait to get updates from HP and Dell?
  • Source, PCMag : http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2397527,00.asp
  • Source: Android developers web site, http://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.html Samsung Galaxy S - 1 year old - 10 million customers stuck on an outdated version of Android The only phones that are guaranteed to get the most recent version of Android are Google's Nexus-branded I find it funny that the only Android based tablet selling in large numbers (although small) is the Amazon Kindle Fire. And that’s a closed version of Android which pushed customers towards Amazon.com for apps, music, movies, books etc. In other words, a closed OS centered around an ecosystem of useful easy to find content. Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2012-04-24/tech/31390438_1_google-s-android-samsung-carrier#ixzz2A7UceGBn Android OS maker in October 2012 http://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.html
  • Android vs iOS

    1. 1. Hail to the Victor!
    2. 2. Ecosystem• Devices server a purpose - entertain, inform, get stuff done • Music, Movies, TV Shows, eBooks and App stores • Wide selection of quality content • Competitive prices • International availability • Interoperable on a user’s devices • Game Center
    3. 3. How available is the content?
    4. 4. “Googles lack of international content offerings still hurt them in terms of the overall value proposition of their platform” ~ Rene Ritchie
    5. 5. • PC-free set up, back up, and restore features iCloud• Mail, Contacts, and Calendar sync across all devices - iPad, Mac, iPhone• iTunes in the Cloud for apps, books, music, movies, and TV shows• Documents in the Cloud• Photo Stream• Find my iPhone• Find my Friends• iMessage — free SMS between iOS devices
    6. 6. Siri• Canadian (English/French), Spanish (Spain/Mexico/US), Italian, Swiss (German/French/Italian), Korean, Mandarin (Mainland China/Taiwan), Cantonese (Hong Kong/Mainland China)• Restaurant reservations — Apple has partnered with Yelp! and OpenTable (“where’s the nearest library”)• Movies listing ("what G-rated movies are playing nearby”)
    7. 7. AirPlay• Stream standard H.264 720p and 1080p video• Stream MPEG-4 video• From Mac, iPad, iPhone to Apple TV• .M4V, .MP4, .MOV file formats
    8. 8. Open?• IS NOT A FEATURE!• Locked bootloaders• Non-removable apps• Delayed upgrades/patches
    9. 9. NFC vs Passbook• NFC requires retailers to retrofit or replace POS systems with new units• NFC is codes are transmitted in the clear• Passbook is NOT a transaction system• Passbook work today with retailers I already use – Target, Walmart, Starbucks, Fandango etc.
    10. 10. Privacy• Apple • iPhone, iPads, iPods • Macs • Apple TV• Google • Advertising • YOU!
    11. 11. Developers like to get paid• Android platform users prefer FREE (as in FREE beer) • 2/3 of Android users have never bought apps.• iOS users are willing to pay for quality apps• Corporations find it easier to develop to a standard – iOS has become that standard
    12. 12. Jon Lech Johansen, the developer of DoubleTwist, a desktop Mac and Windows app that provides Android with a third party option for media sync and desktop Android Market access resembling Apples iTunes, complained about "Googles mismanagement of the Android Market," noting that "one should not need a PhD in Computer Science to use a smartphone ," and that "Google does far too little curation of the Android Market."
    13. 13. Top Paid Apps
    14. 14. Top Paid Apps
    15. 15. Security• App Stores • The Mall at Short Hills vs Bazaar • Buyer beware • Permissions - which version of angry birds is the right one? • Screen shot of permissions
    16. 16. The real problem with Android security though isnt malware that requires a fools active co-operation. No, the true trouble is that Google still doesnt do anything like enough checking of a before it lets them go on the Google Play Store. This is one thing that Apple does do better with its app store than Google does. ~ Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols (ZDNet, October 2012)
    17. 17. Android Market = malware factory
    18. 18. Android OS adoption – October 1, 2012
    19. 19. Patching/Upgrades• Apple • Sole responsibility. One patch targets all devices. 61% of all iOS devices updated.• Android OS • Finger pointing. Google creates patch/upgrade. Then maybe device manufacturer creates a patch for their devices. Then maybe cellular provider distributes patch. Or maybe they force you to buy a new phone.
    20. 20. Which is the real app?
    21. 21. Android OS adoption – October 2012
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