Linux 3.3 finally merges code from Android project
After slightly more than ten weeks after the release of Linux 3.2, Linus Torvalds has released Linux 3.3.
For a long time, code from the Android project has not been merged back to the Linux repositories due to disagreement between developers from both projects. Fortunately, after several years the differences are being ironed out, various Android subsystems and features have now been merged. This will make things easier for everybody, including the Android mod community, or Linux distros that want to support Android programs.