The Linux development group Linaro has built a version of the Google 64-bit Android operating system for developers to use now, ahead of its release to allow them to write and test applications.
Though not a full integrated operating system, Linaro’s version will allow developers to write and test apps ready for when it is officially released. That date, according to some, could be as early as June but is dependent on Google.
The 64-bit hardware is set to increase speeds of Android smartphones and tablets and drive competition with others such as Apple.
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