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11/1/2013 08:00 PM EDT
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R_Colin_Johnson
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R_Colin_Johnson   11/4/2013 12:37:43 PM
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And Invensense is just the first out of the gate--I know of other announcements coming up as vendors scramble to provide OEMs the tools they need to help Google catch up to Apple as well as offer users unique features that differentiate their implementation of Android.

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goafrit   11/4/2013 12:25:08 PM
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>> Invensense's MPU-6515 six-axis combo accelerometer and gyroscope chip has enhanced its on-chip digital motion processor to handle new contextual awareness in Android KitKat.

Android embedded is one area I expect to see a lot of growth especially in the emerging market. This is going to be a huge opportunity for the hardware sector as people make embedded systems that can go mobile. Android is that free OS for that. Good to know that XL makers are working in that space now. I know Microchip has some of its latest MCU Android ready

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R_Colin_Johnson   11/2/2013 4:09:28 PM
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@Derek features somehow can match the iPhone

Google is still playing catch-up ball with Android, but its moving fast and has one advantage over Apple--is OEMs can differentiate their offerings--giving consumers features they dont' get from the iPhone.

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Derek Simpson   11/2/2013 12:15:12 PM
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Android has been used by many people because of its good features somehow can match the iPhone. This is a good post to know more about it. - Aldo Disorbo

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