Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 24th Sep 2010 23:20 UTC
Google A few days ago I dove into the lawsuit filed by Skyhook against Google, and came to the conclusion that Skyhook's case - while an entirely plausible sequence of events considering Google is a big company and hence prone to abuse - simply wasn't a very good one. Google's CEO Eric Schmidt has given a rather generic-looking statement on the matter, but however generic it may be, there's a hint in there.
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RE: No secret
by tomcat on Sat 25th Sep 2010 21:32 UTC in reply to "No secret"
tomcat
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Motorola are free to put Skyhook on their devices, but they are not free to leave out key components from Google - IF they still want to use Googles name, the Android logo etc.


"[Microsoft] are free to put [Internet Explorer] on their [operating system], but they are not free to leave out key components from [Microsoft] - IF they still want to use [Microsoft's] name, the [Windows] logo etc."

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