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Re: Did Google Give Acer's New Phone the Evil Eye?
Posted by jescott418 on 2012-09-16 03:26:08
In reply to Erika Morphy
I think with this move we should all realize that just because Android is free does not mean it does not come with baggage.
Its clear Google is no better then a Microsoft or Apple when it comes to being open. At one point I think some of us thought Google would become a different company trying to create operating systems like Google Chrome OS and Android that allow for more customization and open development. But I guess it also was just a way for Google to dominate a sector of hardware and to be able to dictate to its partners what they do. Does this sound anything like Apple or Microsoft? Well of course it does.




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Re: Did Google Give Acer's New Phone the Evil Eye?  Erika Morphy  2012-09-16 03:21:25
Re: Did Google Give Acer's New Phone the Evil Eye?  jescott418  2012-09-16 03:26:08
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