It was exciting seeing all the demos that showed what is it that
iPhone users can expect in the coming weeks.
As I watched the webcast of the keynote today, I noticed the absence
of any mention of Google. Where was Google today? Were they there
but given the closeness between the two of the hottest corporations
that Apple wanted to give others a chance to shine? Is it because
everyone knows that Google will automatically develop cool apps for
the iPhone and there was no need to bring additional attention to
At this point, it is anyone's guess but could Google's attempt to
strike ok their own with their own mobile platform, Android, seen by
Steve Jobs as a betrayal by Google CEO and Apple boardmember Eric
Schmidt? It is hard to say with any certainty but if Google intention
is only ads and search, Apple should have no problem with that.
We'll know in time how this will all play out. Perhaps this really is
nothing and Apple and Google are secretly cooking the best iPhone apps
ever and MobileMe is only the first towards true cloud computing.
That what we are hoping. Apple and Google has made a great team and
the iPhone platform should continue to offer Google to develop their
best works for the mobile warrior.
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