*Not through any fault of his own, mind you.
Android is Linux with a customized shell. The fact that more people are using Android as their primary computer shouldn't be a surprise. This makes Android / Linux on the desktop. There is no real arguing that it is. It may not be YOUR idea of "Linux on the desktop", but it is Linux on the Desktop all the same. Add in Chromebooks (also Linux) and Google's intention to link Android Apps with Chrome at some point continues to make the case that Linux on the Desktop has arrived, and is much stronger than most people realize.
No, it isn't a "traditional" OS desktop, but it is one none-the-less.
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