Android Isn’t a Phone OS Because in the Future There Will Be No Phones

There’s no good reason for phones to continue to exist as distinct devices for voice communication. For all intents and purposes, there will be no phones in the future – only portable data devices used for all kinds of communication, voice being an equal partner with the web. (…) Which OS is most likely to integrate voice and other data first? Not the iPhone – but maybe Android. Android on a tablet, Android in your gaming portal, Android in the side of your refrigerator. Why not?

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