At Australian carrier Telstra's annual investment day, Steve Ballmer
did what he does best: talk crap about the competition. The target?
Android. "I don't really understand their strategy. Maybe somebody else
does." You see, it doesn't make any money, and that's why it baffles
Ballmer's fairly correct in his assessment that "Google doesn't exactly
bubble to the top of the list of the top competitors we've got going in
mobile. They might someday.
That said, the Windows Mobile picture ain't so rosy. BlackBerry just passed them in marketshare, and with Windows Mobile 7 a year away, so continue rapping Balmer. We'd like to see some entertainment.
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