""We are looking at it," Trujillo said in the interview
with ZDNet.com.au sister site CNET News.com, responding to a
question about Android. "But the platform isn't at the stage where
it's really robust. We are looking at what's being said about it in
the blogosphere, and we're looking at testing it."
""But it's still in evolution right now. It's very
Google-centric. And there are limitations. We are hopeful that it
will be more open, because it offers a great alternative operating
platform. But it's not there today.""