Farewell 2012: Happy New Year from XDA-Developers!
Depending on which part of the world you reside, 2012 is now but a memory. While there have been various ups and downs, one thing is certain: Despite the lack of a Mayan Apocalypse, it was quite the eventful year.
What’s even more important than the road already traveled in the world of mobile technology is what is yet to come in 2013. While the progress of our favorite mobile operating systems and their development communities are still very much to be determined, one thing is already known: There are many exciting times ahead.
Please share in the comments section what you are looking forward to most this coming year!
And as we mentioned previously, we would like to hear about your favorite content this past year so that we are better able to tailor what we bring you this coming year. So if you’d like to leave your two cents, please drop by my thread or send me a PM with your suggestions!
Here’s to a happy and prosperous 2013! And what better way to kick it off than with a glimpse back at our Best of 2012 videos!
willverduzco is an editor on XDA-Developers,
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