Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Apr 2013 10:34 UTC
Legal After Microsoft's extortion racket has failed to stop Android, and after Oracle's crazy baseless lawsuit failed to stop Android, and after Nokia adopting Windows Phone failed to stop Android, Microsoft, Nokia, and Oracle are now grasping the next straw in their fruitless efforts to stop Android: they've filed an antitrust complaint with the EU, claiming Google unfairly bundles applications with Android.
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lemur2
Member since:
2007-02-17

I made it, you just didn't want to listen.


You did no such thing.

You don't have any point at all, not even you off-topic attempts to belittle other posters are in any way valid, they are in fact a dead give away that you have no point. You might think of yourself as a mighty keyboard warrior, but I think the reality might be a little different, something like this perhaps:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_p2_8aZ7honk/TSbjFq7t84I/AAAAAAAAADs/-kJJq...

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lucas_maximus Member since:
2009-08-18

For someone that says I don't have a point, you seem very upset. Call me what you want, it doesn't change anything.

I asked you why you hated closed software soo much and you basically rehashed what it says on the FSF website.

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lemur2 Member since:
2007-02-17

I asked you why you hated closed software soo much and you basically rehashed what it says on the FSF website.


I did no such thing. I said, in this case, that an open platform for their Mobile OS is far better for consumers. That is the primary consideration ... what is better for consumers, just as that same aim happens to be the aim of EU competition law.

An open platform is better in this case primarily because of lower price. That is the primary benefit to consumers. The FSF website is primarily concerned about freedom, about users rights, not price.

It is better only secondarily because of the lack of a walled garden, and thirdly because the consumer is in control of their own device, rather than the author of the OS, but these are not the primary factors at play.

I would point out that it is you who did not listen.

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