Discussion in 'Droid Forums Member News Depot' started by r314bd, Dec 8, 2011.
The obvious choice is Klondike Bar, of course. :happy3:
While i like Klondike bar, that couldn't be the name due to trademark. I think kiwi sounds like something Android would use.
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KANDY KANE...OF COURSE!!!! (Key Lime Pie is not that tasty).
Kumquat - which is a citrus fruit that looks like a tiny orange. You eat them peel and all. Would be funny, because it's a fruit like an apple is LOL
EDIT: I'm gonna guess Key Lime Pie, it's a three word name like Ice Cream Sandwich. People will call it KLP for short!
Kit Kat! But I guess that's copyrighted :O
Im gonna go for Klondike...What would you do for a Klondike OS? Trademark or not...they could always gain rights to use it if they thought the slogan was good enough.
"The pre-release versions of Android were dubbed Astro and Bender, but these names could not ultimately be used for trademark reasons."
Now if they couldn't use the first two names, how would they be able to use Klondike?? My guess is key lime pie also.
just a slice from a razr on a harley.
Well Droid is a trademark of LucasFilm so I would imagine if they really wanted to they could...not to mention Klondike Bar sales would go through the roof...for a year or so.
Klondike bar would be great if the two companies came to an agreement but imo Klondike is too much like ics
Maybe it'll be Käsekuchen...
Pretty sure they announced Key Lime Pie some time ago.
I'm puttin' my money on Key Lime Pie. That's the only one that is actually a desert and American. The Key Lime comes from the Florida Keys I think.
Maybe Krumkake? If Google was in Minnesota, that's what they would call it. But seriously, Key Lime Pie is probably correct. Gives us a nice three-letter acronym to use when searching the internet too. "Bionic KLP." I hope this is the last time I ever type that!
I'm with tat on this. I'm pretty sure it has already been announced.
Hmm...sound difficult. What delicious desert start witk 'K"?
Let's say "key lime pie" is a confirm name.
Nothing has been confirmed by Google so at this point it's everyone's guess.
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