Andy Rubin Likens Apple to North Korea

This recent image from The AVE’s sources in North Korea, along with comments from an  interview by Google VP Andy Rubin , raise fascinating questions.  Why wouldn’t Cupertino and Pyong Gang cooperate?

 Google VP Andy Rubin talks about Apples need for censorship after   Steve Jobs had accused Android of offering porn. Andy says he doesn’t quite get where Jobs was coming from.  “I don’t really have a rationale for that,” he said. “It’s a different style of interacting with the public and the media.”  The NY Times asked Rubin whether or not the typical customer cares about open versus closed.  Rubin believes consumers will, adding, “When they can’t have something, people do care. Look at the way politics work. I just don’t want to live in North Korea.”



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