As we can read in Genbeta, Larry Page, CEO of Google , has made a series of statements in which he criticizes or rather highlights the superiority of Android over iOS. These statements do not go unnoticed since he does not usually do many interviews or statements.
Larry comments that Apple cannot conveniently compete with Android and boasts a triumph of its Android platform over iOS, at least in terms of sales and activations. Something that obviously nobody doubts but that always, even when comparing OS X with Windows, has made us think about what would happen if Apple licensed its systems?
Furthermore, alluding to those words of Jobs in which he spoke about the war he would raise to destroy Android he asks ironically “how is that thermonuclear war going?” . Of course I won’t be the one to get into a discussion with dimes and dires but if the purpose of every product is to make money I think Apple is not doing badly at the moment. Although I recognize that in software issues, right now iOS has been standing too long without offering hard competition.
In his statements there was also a moment for Facebook, a social network that for him is not working well with his products . But that’s another matter, and it’s better that Genbeta discusses whether this is indeed the case or not. Especially now that they have launched Open Graph.