Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 27th Apr 2010 22:19 UTC
Google Andy Rubin is a vice president for engineering at Google, and he is responsible for the Android mobile operating system project. He recently had an hour long chat with The New York Times' Brad Stone, sharing his insights into things like openness, the lack of secret APIs in Android, and several other things. Of course, the jabs at Apple were prevalent.
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"Open usually wins"
by stew on Wed 28th Apr 2010 00:26 UTC
stew
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2005-07-06

That's why the Linux desktop is such a great success. Or not.

Most consumers don't care about open, closed, private, secure or any of those things we computer geeks care about - they care about convenient.

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