How Android KitKat got its name
"We realized that very few people actually know the taste of a key lime pie," John Lagerling, director of Android global partnerships, told the BBC.
"One of the snacks that we keep in our kitchen for late-night coding are KitKats. And someone said: 'Hey, why don't we call the release KitKat?'"
"We didn't even know which company controlled the name, and we thought that [the choice] would be difficult," he explained. "But then we thought well why not, and we decided to reach out to the Nestle folks."
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