Based on the evidence given. You, a opinion article from Time magazine, and GG, statements from Google, and Andy Rubin, who do you think proved their point? Or maybe he was just lying to fool everyone like it's said SJ did quite often.
That would depend on the review, and why the consumer purchased the device. A father of 4 would give a Ferrari a bad review, and a wealthy single man would give a mini van a bad review. Both are automobiles but serve very different purposes.
There's not going to be a statement, because the Nexus wasn't meant to be sold in massive amounts. In their eyes it is not a flop regardless of sales numbers, and since it's their device with a stated purpose they have every right to think what they want no matter what we think.
What do you think it's going to look like if dozens of companies decide that they want to build their own network? Each and every one of them is going to have to put up their own wire, because no company is going to allow another company to use its wire, and then be undercut by them.
Simpler times yes. Those thin copper wires were inside of cables thicker than your arm, and covered in a sheath made of lead. That build out was exponentially more difficult than laying fiber optic cable as thin as a finger. Btw those central offices still do the switching.Trucks pay more at toll booths, so why is it unreasonable to ask the trucks of the internet to pay a higher toll.