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Jobs distorts reality when he says that Google entered the cell phone market by trying to imitate Apple. To express the opinion Larry Page, co-founder with Google's Sergey Brin, on the sidelines of the now rather close confrontation that opposes Big G and Cupertino. Page's position refers to some statements by Jobs who in recent public meetings had claimed that if the climate between his company and Schmidt's one had changed the fault was Google's own, accused of having tried to undermine the market iPhone. "We don't want to compete in the Internet research sector, they try to attack iPhone, but we won't let them go," Jobs said.
"This reconstruction – Page said during the Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley, where Jobs who had not attended was also invited – the result of a partisan interpretation. We have worked for years on Android with the intention of producing phones that are capable of going on the Internet and with good quality surfers and this because there was no such thing on the market. I think that a reconstruction that depicts us as arriving late and on the basis of others is not really credible "
During the same meeting Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google and for some time a member of the Apple board of directors but now outside the Cupertino button room, however, underlined that there are still many areas where Apple and the leading company of Mountain View they walk side by side: and in any case the market big enough for both of them, said the manager of Google.
During the same meeting Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google and for some time a member of the Apple board of directors but now outside the Cupertino button room, however, underlined how many methods still exist