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@camcost, you sound like you need to sport fruit-bling.
It's strength is in the fact that noone controls it, each company, each manufacturer release, every individual handset can be, well, individual. I really find that attractive! And frankly all the dooms-day, nay-saying bloggers that c-net/zd-net hire to tell us how the best, most flexible, customizable OS on the market will die, and then recite the list of all its strengths as the reason really have no damn idea why were buying it. I don't like the puzzle-peice screen lock slider because it is hard to unlock the phone. So I buy one that doesn't have that feature....unlike the iPhone, since one iPhone having a stupid feature means every iPhone on the earth will have the same stupid feature. I'll accept, NO! EMBRACE!! the "fragmentation" you look upon with spite! Not only do I see it as choice, the kind other O.S.s can't or won't offer, But flexibility, so if a carrier or manufacturer knows its customer better than Google, they can be reactive and proactive for their own market. Apple just looks to me to be greedy, uncaring, and selfish. They decide what you want, and you buy it. Congratulations! You guys must be SO PROUD! Keep predicting the fall of freedom, as long as all other choices are dictatorships, no matter how flawed the freedom is, we WILL keep buying it, it will thrive and grow, and your predictions will prove to be wrong. So when my droid gets slow or locks up, I'll pop the battery out and reboot, and be happy that the company who once brought down the evil IBM empire has replaced it. And that I buy 5 songs legally for what APPLE wants for only one. And I will be able to store and use them on any device from any manufacturer I choose, Starting to see why were in the android camp yet?