Larry Page says Android wasn't viewed as "critical" for Google's development in 2010
1. Bluesky02 posted on 19 Apr 2012, 05:28 1 13
Finally they admitted it. Android in many people hands as fast as possible, huh?
Do you know what this mean?
This mean anything from bad optimization to deep fragmentation.
4. ilia1986 posted on 19 Apr 2012, 06:20 4 0
Awesome. Now please read this before you begin posting any Anti-Google\Pro-Apple statements:
5. remixfa posted on 19 Apr 2012, 08:22 8 0
they didnt make a whole lot of money off of android in 2010. it was a very small piece of their revenue. Of course, in 2010 it had a much smaller part of the market it does now.
for any trolls that want to come in, if you are a multi billion dollar company and you have a product that barely makes you a few million... are you going to call that a priority? yea, probably not. Then again, google gives away service after service for free. They are the exact opposite of Apple which wants to profit from every line of code they produce.
6. good2great posted on 19 Apr 2012, 09:34 4 0
this wont get too much attention from ifan trolls Remix...
if you noticed they barely bother you guys in android/google posts
but the arguments seem to flare in apple-like posts...
7. cepcamba posted on 19 Apr 2012, 18:02 1 0
Fire also starts when Apple fanboys hears the "Samsung". More so if it has a "Galaxy SIII" at the end :p
9. xtian1103 posted on 19 Apr 2012, 23:54 0 0
When asked about iOS apps beating the Android versions of apps to market, Eric Schmidt had high hopes that would change with Ice Cream Sandwich
"My prediction is that six months from now you’ll say the opposite."
so much for the prophecy!