Actually I have an idea.
How to Jailbreak an Android and how to ROM a iPhone.
You do that and you'll be rich...
And while you are at it, you could also think of a new software for RIM. One that works...
I think it would be great if you wrote an article on Androids impression on modern day soceity. You could break it down to the 3 biggest topics that the Android mechanism brings up:
1. Freedom of choice. (too many choices = confused consumer or too many choices = happy consumer)
2. The great fragment conundrum. (does it exist or not, if so, how do we fix it)
3. OS updates. (Is Android a victim of its own self?)
Maybe end it with a personal observation on the morbid nature humans tend to take when defending their choice of technology. Anyway, it would be a fascinating read, wouldn't you say dear chap?
Fragmentation exists but I don't believe it to be the issue most make of it. I do wish there were fewer devices. I know some are released here and there in different markets, but think that each manufacturer should drop one high end, 2-3 mid and 4 low end. The biggest differences being keyboard build outs and maybe screen size.
what about a review on all the ui overlays so that users know what's best for them...bomber if I had half the education or knowledge I would not have gone for a sense 3 device but rather the optimus 3D