In the past year, Android has managed to replace iOS as the most popular smartphone platform for new purchases, and it even toppled Nokia’s Symbian OS on a global scale, according to at least one report. So it’s not surprising that at the Mobile World Congress last week, Android took center stage. What is perhaps surprising, though, is it seemed to actually take almost the entire stage. The Mobile World Congress is an annual trade show in Europe, and it dates back all the way to 1987.
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