September 30, 2008
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Taiwan’s DigiTimes has posted a brief story on HTC’s CMO (chief marketing officer), John Wang. In the story Wang says that the Android platform and the Windows Mobile platform are complementary in nature.

Windows Mobile and Android handsets form separate ecosystems with their own merits and advantages. The former provide users with high performance, interoperability and a large library of applications, while the later give handset design companies and developers more flexibility.

He also argues that the future success of Android will not be built upon its open source nature, but rather the platform’s innovation.

[via SlashPhone]

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