“Google’s Android platform is powered by a novel technology that transcends conventional hardware and software. And just as Android hardware and software has looked to Apple for inspiration, this compelling new ‘flexibly adaptive logic’ is also related to something that first originated within Apple,” Daniel Eran Dilger writes for AppleInsider via RoughlyDrafted.
“Flexibly adaptive logic, or ‘Flawgic,’ allows the Android platform to terminate any sort of criticism before it can affect how the system performs. Flawgic is neither hardware nor software; it’s installed directly into public mindshare via a virus spread by talking heads,” Dilger writes. “While ‘being in beta’ excused some of the warts of Google’s freeware products and services, Flawgic takes this to the next level. Flawgic allows every new Android-based product (or anything else Google does) a pass in every respect: appearance, usability, features, reliability, a target market, even sustainable profitability as a product.”
Dilger writes , “Flawgic allows low end Android products to be hailed as volume sales generators, even if they are terrible products in every way. But it also does double-duty in allowing Google’s insanely priced devices, from Glass to Chromebook Pixel, to escape serious criticism of their inherently poor overall value or the likelihood of their ever selling in meaningful volumes. It’s really that powerful. Here’s a look at how it works.”
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