"In an open market we could await the Microsoft Zune phone, a
host of Android kit, whatever LiMo and Symbian decide to come up
with, along with RIM and Blackberry devices running on the networks
of our choice.
"In an open market this would sort itself out in Internet time.
Equipment makers might mix-and-match features among the various
open source offerings.
"I personally don't think closed source would stand much of a
chance in the long run, although I would enjoy being proven
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