By James BakerThe BBC’s Mark Williams takes a look at the evolution of mobile operating systems.
It was the dawn of the smartphone, the birth of the iPhone, the first iPhone, and the first Android.
The development of mobile phones was an incredible time.
The first phone came out in 1994, and we all had phones.
We didn’t have a mobile phone that didn’t support voice calling, or a phone that couldn’t send messages.
And for most of us, that meant we had to use an operating system, which was just another device to plug into our phones.
You didn’t need to go into the Apple store, Google, or Amazon and get a new phone.
You had to buy a phone with a special version of Android, and it could run the Android operating system.
Android, for its part, was just a special kernel of software, developed by Google, which runs on a variety of phones and tablets.
But while most Android phones could run Android software, the Android phones were also the first phones to run a different operating system: Android 4.4.
If you had one Android phone that ran Android 4, you were a lucky person.
But if you had a bunch of Android phones that ran the Android version of 4.3, you had Android 4 on the wrong phone.
It was like trying to install a computer OS on a PC, and then switching to Windows or MacOS.
It wasn’t just phones that were the new devices.
The phones were the devices, the internet was the internet, the news was the news, and social media was the social media.
Android was the operating system that was designed to run on phones, and its unique design meant that, when you used it, you couldn’t really tell it apart from the rest of the operating systems available on your phone.
But the Android OS didn’t really take off in the way that the iPhone OS did.
Many Android phones still have their phone software running in the background, so that your phone’s screen stays up.
If you want to change the operating process, you have to go through the Settings app, and change the system setting in there.
If your phone doesn’t have an app launcher, you can’t even use a phone to launch an app.
When you switch from Android to Windows 10 or Mac OS X 10.10, the new operating system comes along and installs a launcher for the operating device, and you can actually open apps.
But there’s no way to open them from the Android home screen.
Android’s new operating systems are so different that you can be forgiven for thinking that the only way to get a good Android experience is to switch to Windows.
Instead, you’ll be stuck with a different, older, and less powerful OS.
The difference is that with the iPhone operating system and Android’s, you’re looking at a phone.
You’re not using a phone as a computing device.
You can do many things with your phone that you couldn.
You can turn on notifications, send text messages, listen to music, and watch videos.
But with the Android platform, there’s nothing you can do that isn’t already possible.
You’re not limited to the same applications that you do on Android.
You have apps for games, social media, video calls, video chats, and more.
But if it’s all about the apps, then the Android phone is a better device than the iPhone.
The iPhone has apps for everything you can think of, and while some of them are not as popular as they used to be, you get the same experience with the apps you have on Android phones.
The iPhone has its own app store, for example.
Google’s new version of the Android software is called Jelly Bean, and as it’s announced, it’s going to be available on almost all of Android devices starting with the Galaxy S6.
It’s the first version of Jelly Bean to be made available to developers, and there are several reasons why this is good news.
The first reason is that Jelly Bean is a complete rewrite of the way Android apps are built.
Jelly Bean doesn’t just make apps that are better.
It makes them that are more compatible.
Android apps are based on the same framework as iOS apps, and Android apps can’t run on the iPhone or iPad because those devices are designed to work with Windows.
That means that Jelly Beans will work with the same APIs as iOS devices.
If a developer makes an Android app that works on a Windows device, it will work on both Windows and Android.
And if a developer doesn’t make an Android Android app, the app will not work on the phone.
The other reason for the Jelly Bean change is that Google and other developers have been working on an Android SDK that will be used to build Android apps.
This is a huge deal for developers because it means that they