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The next Android will be 'Key Lime Pie'

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A Google employee has let it be known that the next iteration of Android will be dubbed "Key Lime Pie." Posting the drawing to his Google+ account, the employee pictured the evolution of the operating system from its humble beginnings as "Cupcake" all the way to a giddy Android eating a piece of key lime pie. Cupcake was Android 1.5, Donut was 1.6, Eclair was 2.0, Froyo was 2.2, Gingerbread ...

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#1
I think that Android character should get a little chubbier with each iteration!
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#2
Originally posted by SProdigy:
I think that Android character should get a little chubbier with each iteration!
lol
#3
Always gonna be something better coming along.......or if not "better" then "different".
#4
Originally posted by SProdigy:
I think that Android character should get a little chubbier with each iteration!
Guessing the next one will be called "insulin" after all the sugary items android is eating!!

#5
WTF?! Are these people making hardware or an endless line of desserts? I mean really, cookies? These fukkin' geeks!!

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#6
wtf5 Unverified new user
Originally posted by Gorgoroth:
WTF?! Are these people making hardware or an endless line of desserts? I mean really, cookies? These fukkin' geeks!!
LOL...must be an iPhone lover...
#7
Mango still the best fruit.
#8
Mango still the best fruit.
#9
unolocopoco Unverified new user
I think the better name would be Kiwi Lime Pie
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