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Google bias
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, May 10 2013 @ 11:24 AM EDT
Pj also said:
I hope some regulator somewhere is reading the
Nokia/Microsoft agreement to see if Nokia had to promise to
never use Linux in any phone.

See, she is just saying that Nokia is doing business
according to Microsoft's rules, and microsoft is doing all
sort of anti competitive strategies , and Nokia in the end
is doing the same, but choosing Asha is not one of those
anti competitive strategies, choosing Asha is just a way she
is using to show how deeply involved with microsoft interest
Nokia is (instead of its own), which you may agree or not
that it is related, of course.

I'm not sure anti competitive is exactly what she is saying,
there is the fight against v8 that seems more like an
against open standard.

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  • Google bias - Authored by: PJ on Friday, May 10 2013 @ 11:57 AM EDT
Google bias
Authored by: PJ on Friday, May 10 2013 @ 11:59 AM EDT
Every time Groklaw explains a case, after it
decides which side should prevail, we get
accused of bias. That's never the case going
in, but once I know who the "more-bad" side
is, I know what I know.

If the patent smartphone wars are a group
attack on Android, which is based on Linux,
and I've come to believe it is, then your
arguments become superficial, because they
ignore what is really going on.

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