Say what you want, Java ME tech was never as fragmented as Android is now

You can complain all you want about the past Java ME platform fragmentation, but according to the following Web reference from Mika Mobile, nothing compares to the suckiness of the current Android fragmentation for mobile developers as evidenced by Mika Mobile having to spend "thousands of dollars purchasing various devices on which to test its Android apps". Nice going, Android.

See:

Mika Mobile abandoning Android

Here's a quote:

 Game developer Mika Mobile has 
 announced that it will no longer 
 be supporting Android since the 
 platform is simply not lucrative 
 enough to justify the development 
 and support costs it requires.
At least with Java ME technology, there was no false claim of "Don't be evil" like Mika Mobile experienced with Android.

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