TechFlash :: When Google released its Android operating system in 2007, the search giant decided to make it an open-source platform so developers could take off with it. Google’s reward: making online ad revenue through preloaded apps such as such as Gmail, Google Maps and YouTube. But Amazon is shaking up the Google plan. Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet runs on the Android OS. But Amazon has decided to skip loading the apps.
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