Submitted by Speed-Racer 1105d ago | news

Steve Ballmer: Android Ecosystem Is Wild And Uncontrolled

TechCrunch: Tonight, during Steve Ballmer’s interview by Reid Hoffman, the two talked about everything Microsoft. Now that Ballmer is talking about his competitors he let out a few bonzo words when it came to Google and Apple and the state of their phone ecosystems, especially when it comes to apps. (Android, iOS, Software, Windows Phone)

Speed-Racer  +   1105d ago
Thanks God we have safe and very controlled Windows to save us!
SilentNegotiator  +   1104d ago
Good thing their newest platforms are falling into line with Apple's methods! It only costs a mere $5 to customize Windows 8's start page!

lol, the apps on Windows phones wouldn't stand a chance against the App/Play store if they fought to the death first and a bruised, bloody victor's strength was compared.
SJIND  +   1104d ago
When you are the CEO of one of the most bland, tame and soft company, everything is wild and uncontrolled.

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