Google's Rubin high on Android, down on Windows Phone 7

Google's Andy Rubin, flush from the rapid growth of the company's Android platform, admitted that it is sometimes difficult to balance Android's openness with the desire by operators and handset makers to modify the platform. However, he said Android is still the best mobile platform on the market, and dismissed Microsoft's newly unveiled Windows Phone 7 operating system as an also-ran. Article

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