The tiny country of Taiwan that has so far resisted efforts of being assimilated into mighty China, has decided that their residents will be taking the Android route – in a massive way, actually. Japan-based Open Embedded Software Foundation (OESF) is said to be working on a bunch of proposals that will detail a concept of building the country which will be known as an Android Island. I wonder whether it will offer free Wi-Fi access, where you can download free Android-powered games as well.
The OESF intends to turn Taiwan into an Android Island, where this particular niche on the island will do nothing but promote all things Android, ranging from the hardware to the software as well as helping carve out a greater market share for itself in the technology supply chains around the country. I wonder just how technical the Android Island will be, and will the average layman be able to understand what is going on there?
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