>Over the years, both Google's and Apple's revenues climbed steadily as their respective stock prices and market shares bounced up and down. It's confusion, but here's a nice at-a-glance look at what's been happening, along with corresponding key events. [Kiplinger]
You won't find Steve Jobs' favorite iPhone program in the App Store, but here's a glimpse. This app costs several million dollars unless you are Google. Then you can enjoy it for free (while HTC foots the bill).
According to Ventura Beat, an Android team member says that Apple asked Google not to use multitouch in the G1, or else. Obviously, they complied. Their alleged source said that Google had plenty of reasons: