Orange Copies AT&T, Stifles Openness On Android Devices
Apr 16, 2010, 21:33 (1 Talkback[s])
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"This is asinine. Orange couldn't find a better company
to imitate than AT&T, seriously? As we know, AT&T has
decided to lock down Android devices and limit app installation
from the Android Market. Not that we support this notion, but fine.
Orange is taking it one step further in stifling Android and its
open nature, according to Android Community.
"Apparently the carrier thinks it's a good idea to remove Google
apps, such as YouTube, Gmail, Maps, GTalk and perhaps even Search,
from Android devices and replace them with its own