That's a link bait title if there ever was one. I found this thread on another forum I visit, and thought it'd be interesting to share here. This isn't anything so inane as yet another platform war thread. Oh no. It's about something far cooler, and considerably more interesting. It's a heartwarming story of ingenuity, intelligence, and...yeah, maybe human nature. ...it's about Ethiopian kids hacking Android. The interesting thing is these kids have never sat inside a classroom, have no idea how to read, hell...they've probably never seen anything as sophisticated as a damn Motorola Xoom before. Yet, without any instructions, they pick it up, figure out how to turn it on, and within two weeks, are downloading apps and teaching themselves how to read. Five months later, without any outside help (I can't stress that enough), they know enough to reenable the camera on the thing. Impressive stuff, how kids will teach themselves things we think they can't learn without being coddled and held by the hand. But in the spirit of contention and oneupmanship, people now have an argument against the tired old "iOS is so easy to use, even my three year old can pick it up and play with it". Yeah? Well Android taught a bunch of illiterate kids how to read and play with computers. HOW'S THAT, HUH?