"Not The Future We Want.", Google's VP of engineering

At Google I/O keynote, VP of engineering Vic Gundotra repeatedly “ripped into Apple, and he did it right off the bat. The video embedded below shows the first ten minutes of his keynote where he discusses why the world needs Android, and praise the virtues of an open platform and contrasts it with a “Draconian […]

At Google I/O keynote, VP of engineering Vic Gundotra repeatedly “ripped into Apple, and he did it right off the bat. The video embedded below shows the first ten minutes of his keynote where he discusses why the world needs Android, and praise the virtues of an open platform and contrasts it with a “Draconian future, a future where one man, one company, one device, one carrier would be our only choice.” Then he shows a poster of 1984, with the title, “Not The Future We Want.” The reference is to Apple and the iPhone. Gundotra uses Apple’s own iconic 1984 imagery against it to great effect right at about 3 minutes into the video clip,” reports TechCrunch.

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