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It has been estimated that it will cost HTC $80 per unit to license Microsoft's patents, and that won't even protect it from further attacks from Apple.
Apple didn't sue Palm for patents infringements.
Google is not protecting its partners here.
Google has something to say about it too.http://techcrunch.com/2010/03/02/google-htc-apple-lawsuit/
We are not a party to this lawsuit. However, we stand behind our Android operating system and the partners who have helped us to develop it, a Google spokesperson emailed us.
If I have an HTC G1, can I install the latest apps that only support Android 2.1 or yet Froyo? When will your Droid get Froyo by the way?
You just proved my point.
or Motorola to provide you with 2.1I don't have a Motorola, not an issue.
Your last point is not clear so not sure what you're saying, but there's a desktop and a Web based emulator for the upcoming webOS release.
Following up on the Froyo release yesterday, we've got the no less vital news that the iPhone 3G port of Android is now ready to download and install.[engadget.com...]
blind faith in Android without ever explaining why it's so great
Android will remain a platform for male geeks.