Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Oct 2010 12:23 UTC
Talk, Rumors, X Versus Y Catfight! Get out your mobile phones and start filming, because two important personalities in the mobile world just got into a catfight. After the presentation of Apple's (once again) stellar quarterly results (what's with the low iPad sales, though?), Apple's CEO Steve Jobs went on a bit of a tangent regarding Android (among other things). Google's Andy Rubin, the father of Android, responded in a pretty fun way via Twitter.
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Very good point, and I completely agree. However, I know that some of the carriers here - like Sprint - have their own "tweaks" that they add to Android. For instance, with Sprint, when you open up the Market app, there's a separate Sprint section. I'm sure that other carriers do the same thing. If HTC were to release a vanilla update, it would overwrite the carrier specific stuff and would probably cause the carriers to get upset.

I'm not defending HTC on this. Just saying that the carriers here in the US are part of the problem as well.

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