There have been rumblings in some corners of the tech press that Google ought to be quaking in its boots in the wake of the Apple v. Samsung patent verdict because it could give Apple enough juice to take out Android all together. This is highly unlikely to ever happen for a multitude of reasons, but the most important is that Google has a lot of money, a lot of creative and talented people, and a lot of incentive to make sure that Android remains successful. First of all, let’s acknowledge that Samsung’s loss in the patent trial against Apple was more about its own mistakes than Google’s. Read the full story at Boy Genius Report.
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"Is Android doomed in the wake of the Apple v. Samsung verdict? Not a chance" by @ShellyPalmer
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