Study Shows How Well Manufacturers Keep Android Phones Up To Date

Study Shows How Well Manufacturers Keep Android Phones Up To Date.

Interesting. I wonder if this fragmentation is good or bad, whether it is the sign of a healthy and diverse economy or the sign of nodes of isolation whose failure to cross communicate (aka communicate) signals a failure of the commons market.

Put another way: it’s good that there is difference; monoculture is bad, as it is vulnerable in the same way a genetic monoculture is. But too much difference is also a problem, as it does not lead to the healthy exchange of genetic identity but only a crowd of monocultures, each vulnerable, and indeed, each *more* vulnerable, as they are simply smaller.