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Google: Numbers favor Android over iPhone

Matt Asay of CNET writes:

"The more you roll the dice, according to the law of large numbers theorem, the more likely you are to hit an expected average of 3.5.

And according to Google VP Andy Rubin, the more the search giant blankets the industry with competing Android-droid based mobile handsets, the more likely Google is to hit its expected value of market dominance over Apple's iPhone.

"It's a numbers game," Rubin said. And the numbers look increasingly rosy for Android."

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vhero5191d ago

Purely because android is so accessible. You can get an android phone on pay as you go for £100 you can't get an iphone on pay as you got for less than £350 even an older gen version its a joke Apple like with there ipod are not lowering prices even this late in the products life. So android is gonna be in a LOT more pockets by 2011 than iphone as more and more smart phones are released every month. Eventually every phone will have android on and that will be the iphone killer as devs will choose to get to the bigger market.

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Mobile 5v5 Hero Shooter Ace Force 2 Out Now

Tencent's MoreFun Studios recently launched the new tactical hero shooter Ace Force 2, which is available on Google Play.

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The 1st edition of Gamescom latam was a huge success (+100K visitors)

"gamescom latam, the Latin American edition of the largest games event in the world, arrived and left impressive numbers: More than 100,000 visitors from more than 70 countries filled the pavilions from Wednesday to Sunday, with tickets Saturday and Sunday sold out. For 2025, gamescom latam returns with double the size, from April 30th to May 4th, at the new location Anhembi Convention Center." - Gamescom

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Team 17 and Spellgarden Games just joined forces for a new upcoming IP

"Team17 Digital has today announced that they’re working with German based Spellgarden Games.

This partnership will see Team17 Digital publish a new IP by the indie studio, known for their ‘apeeling’ and extremely cute shop management game Sticky Business." - Team 17 and Spellgarden Games.