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Quote: Originally Posted by wealthychef Why isn't anyone stating the obvious here? This is all about the Apple vendetta with Google. They are trying to push Google off the iPhone as punishment and it's costing me, an Apple user. I don'…
Quote: Originally Posted by Daniel Eran Dilger "Android hype vehicle set to crash in 2010" Source: RoughlyDrafted Magazine January 2, 2010. Or have a massive 888.8% year-over-year increase to move into 2nd place world wide; even surpassing Symb…
Quote: Originally Posted by BertieBig Android doesn't look like a platform to me. If there is one defining feature of a platform, it's that you write an application for the platform, and it works on all the machines that run on that platform. Th…
Quote: Originally Posted by solipsism I can see Rubin in early American history clamoring for freedom for mankind against the oppressive British while keeping slaves and not seeing how there is a difference or an injustice. It sounds like Android…
Quote: Originally Posted by Jetz If I'm a Verizon customer, I'd be happy to just get more choice. Now I get to choose between the iPhone, Blackberries, Windows Phone 7 and Android. Who could be against being spoiled by choices? Brilliant pos…
Quote: Originally Posted by enohpI I think that Google is cooking the books. Why do you think that? Smartphone sales have exploded (96% year-over-year) and the majority of those (with perhaps the exception of AT&T) are Android devices.
Quote: Originally Posted by MarkJones In the meanwhile Google is making money on Android by selling your personal details and owning the OS that sends you advertising. Android doesn't "send you advertising" any more than iOS does.
Quote: Originally Posted by cwoloszynski Precisely. If you download Android, you don't get full functionality. No email reader, no maps, no market place. You need additional code from Google to make a competitive handset. That is NOT open. […
The name of the game is: which company will be principally responsible for shaping the future of mobile computing? And in that game, installed base is everything. All the hackneyed arguments about "profit" or "fragmentation" are just subterfuge wi…
It looks like it's time to revise this story Mr. Daniel "Android hype vehicle set to crash in 2010" Dilger... Quote: Originally Posted by @Arubin via Twitter There are over 300,000 Android phones activated each day. Link.