GOOGLE APPLE PRIVATE MODE TALK
There are strong speculations roaming around that Google is silently helping Samsung in its conflict with Apple and is trying to negotiate and solve out the matter outside the court. From the information getting through reuters it is strongly appearing that Google is standing beside Samsung in this difficult time when Apple has really hold a strong grip on the patent war against Samsung.
It has come to our knowledge that Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Larry Page talked by phone last week in which they discussed the patent war very briefly and both were agreed on the point that a truce involving disputes over Android’s basic features and functions in Google’s Android mobile software must be found so that their relations get better. Further more they agreed that their strong business relation will be in the interest of both organizations. They were supposed to meet again Friday but that meeting has been delayed for unknown reasons but they are expected to meet in the next week.
Apple’s former CEO Steve Jobs famously declared his intention to start a “thermonuclear war” with Google for having ripped off the iPhone with its Android phones. However, Apple has largely avoided to get into such confrontation instead they have some other plans to follow, Apple is targeting the partners of Google to make their case stronger against Google and then deliver the finishing punch rather than first targeting the stronger opponent.
Google is aware of what Apple is trying to achieve that’s why Google is not only helping its partners like Samsung and HTC but also Google is playing aggressive moves as it has come to our knowledge that a lawsuit filed against Apple by Motorola Mobility, which is now owned by Google.
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Posted on September 1, 2012, in Android Phones, i Phones and tagged android, APPLE, Eric Schmidt, google, intellectual property, Larry Page, MOBILE, Patent Wars, patents, samsung, Silicon Valley, Steve Jobs, Technology & Media, Time Cook. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.