Title: Google appears ready to ditch Android over its intellectual property issues
By: Daniel Eran Dilger
Date: July 29, 2013
(Source: Apple Insider)
The abovementioned new article provides further support for my posts in which I said that the ethically-challenged copycat Samsung/Google duo are still nervously thinking of dumping malware-susceptible Android in favor of their weak feature-lacking Chrome/Tizen OS's. Total desperation on their part.
All of the innovative Apple's copycat competitors are at least 5-20 years behind Apple.
No real competition ....... unless you call frantically desperate copycat companies dumping messy, uncontrolled, wild, compatibility-challenged, fragmented, malware-susceptible Android mobile devices on an unsuspecting public somehow "competition." I don't consider that actual competition. I consider that total desperation on the part of Apple's incredibly lame and desperate copycat competitors.
The ethically-challenged copycat Samsung/Google duo should be absolutely ashamed of themselves for their virtual total disregard and disdain for their unsuspecting consumers that got stuck with their malware-susceptible Android devices. A terrible shame.
Fortunately, the unsuspecting and increasingly disappointed Android consumers can always become Apple happy and satisfied customers!
GOOG gets all its revs off advertising....a one trickpony? more concentrated revs than AAPL and more reliant on fickle advertisers......advertisers whose hands were strengthened by recent merger of Publicis and Omnicom
GOOG foray into hardware will be fun to watch...MSFT just wrote off $900M on their tablet.....the too small Nexus may cost GOOG more because of the enormous ad campaign they have planned.....tablet a $1 billion write off for GOOG.?...at a time when merger of Publicis and Omnicom(sp) will put negotiaiting power back in the hands of the advertisers.....(lower revs for GOOG) ...Goog could be in for a really tough patch as its core business (advertising) is under attack and it wanders into a hardware minefield....
Google is riding a dead horse in two races (PC and Mobile) and hoping that a new colt will be born to take its place. Before that colt is old enough to ride, Apple and maybe even Microsoft will be across the finish line and both races will be over. Sell Google and buy Apple, the first place winner in both races with Microsoft coming in second.