Google’s “Chromoting” remote desktop app has shown up alive and well on a Chromium bug report, but we’re still no closer to knowing when it will be finished.
Erik Reid, general manager of Intel’s tablet business, says that Intel is exploring the possibilities of dual boot devices. Exploring is the key word, he insists that we won’t be seeing a line-up of Windows/Android devices in the near future.
A Toshiba 5-in-1 concept laptop/tablet may one day dual-boot Android and Windows 8, assuming the device moves past concept phase.
Research firm Gartner says there will be over 1.1 billion Android devices shipped this year, of the total 2.5 billion of combined phones, PCs, tablets and ultramobiles.
Dacor has unveiled a new $11,999 48-inch oven that packs a 7-inch Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet.
Asus has apparently posted ahead of time a video showing a Transformer Book Duet tablet / laptop that will be able to dual-boot Android and Windows 8.
Intel is said to be working with some PC makers to put Android apps in virtual machines that would run on regular Windows touch-enabled devices.
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In this edition of the Friday Debate, we look back at a year of Android news. Android has consolidated its lead in market share, the quality of the ecosystem improved by a large margin, and a flurry of great devices gave users more options than ever. But what was the biggest development in the world of Android this year? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!