Huh? What are you talking about?
Microsoft has been hitting the Android OEMs for months already, but interestingly enough, Microsoft actually invited Google to team up and help protect Android, but Google refused which literally gave the package to the rest. Personally, what I think we're going to see out of this is a reduction in the number of 'el-cheapo' Android devices bringing the platform up more on a par with the higher-priced ones which means they'll be competing more on capability rather than price.
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