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Google Accuses Microsoft Extortion 1 October 2011

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Google is apparently not pleased about the recent licensing agreements between Microsoft and Samsung.

U.S. media reports that the software giant Microsoft has allegedly accused of extortion methods to compensate for their own lack of success in the smartphone market. An answer was promptly followed by Microsoft.
“This is the same tactic that we saw at Microsoft again,” citing among other things, a news from Techcrunch on Google. “After the success fails to own the smartphone market, Microsoft now resorts to legal means to draw profits from extortion by the achievements of others and slow down the speed of innovation.” Google will continue to focus on the development of new technologies and the support of its Android partners.
Microsoft back at the same time. The 48 words of Google’s explanation could be reduced to one word: “Waaaah”, Microsoft’s PR boss Frank Shaw wrote in a Twitter message — so whiny represents. In another Tweet, he pointed to a blog entry of Microsoft

[Source: PCSMAX]

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