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Drawing the Line Between Android and Linux 258

Posted by timothy
from the one-of-these-not-like-the-other dept.
jfruhlinger writes "The relationship between Linux and Android is on a technical level not hard to grasp — there's a shared kernel, but the application and interface layers are quite different. But, as Brian Proffitt points out, there are differences of philosophy and of community — which hasn't stopped Adobe from touting its Android dev tools as proof of its devotion to Linux."
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Drawing the Line Between Android and Linux

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