…on the 2+ year-old iPhone 4, the 3+ year-old iPhone 3GS, and the 4+ year-old iPhone 3G…plus the first iPad from 2010 and the iPad 2 from 2011.
Mind you…on a SEP, which is exactly what Samsung said would hurt customers.
Page expects his employees to create products and services that are 10 times better than the competition
…it’s hard to find actual examples of really amazing things that happened solely due to competition. How exciting is it to come to work if the best you can do is trounce some other company that does roughly the same thing?
Truth. Look at all the me-too’s like Android, cheap tablets, “Ultrabooks”, plastic smartphones…hey, what ever happened to Google TV, Wave, et al.?
You may say that Apple only does a very, very small number of things, and that’s working pretty well for them. But I find that unsatisfying.
125 billion. In cash. And counting. And they work. As advertised. Much like the Cube…oh wait…
A great deal of my effort is spent making sure that we have a great user experience across our core products. Whether you’re in Chrome or Search or Gmail, it’s just Google, with one consistent look and feel. It’s not a good user experience if there are 50 different ways to share something. That requires integration.
See what I mean? RDF. He’s talking like he is the CEO of Apple.
On Steve Jobs’ “thermonuclear” comment:
How well is that working?
12.5 billion for Motorola. Not a single substantial case won against Apple, but many lost. ITC/EU investigations. FTC pledge to withdraw all FRAND/SEP litigation. Countless failures in court for Google and it’s partners. I’d say it’s working pretty well Larry….
Android has been very successful, and we’re very excited about it.
Really? Still making more money off iOS than Android…
Read the rest at the link above…if you must.
This is a surprise. No reason was given why Google, on behalf of Motorola, withdrew it’s entire complaint for an investigation of their patents against Apple.