Google: Combined "Jelly Bean" versions of Android take the lead

08/4/2013 | TheNextWeb.com · V3.co.uk (U.K.)

The "Jelly Bean" versions of the Android operating system, representing the most recent releases, have finally passed combined "Gingerbread" versions, but the latest iteration is still relatively rare at 6.5% of the market, Google reported. Now combined use of "Jelly Bean" versions tops 40%. The issue of operating system fragmentation looms because "[f]or years now security researchers have listed fragmentation within the Android ecosystem as a key concern, warning it makes it next to impossible to fully secure the platform," Alastair Stevenson writes.

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