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singhv (2011644) writes "LinkedIn has thrown its hat into the ring for college rankings. With so much controversy on how colleges can be ranked and which methodology is better, linked takes a data driven approach to rankings by evaluating colleges puerly on job outcomes" Link to Original Source
So developers have to start building apps for this OS ? There are $75 smartphones with android OS available in India. Windows-Nokia phone have not been able to catch up in the India although Nokia was leader at one point of time