When Google bought Motorola Mobility, Andy Rubin, the Senior Vice President said that their vision of Android remains untouched. He repeatedly emphasized the fact that Android was an open platform and welcomes any ideas to all their partners to develop and distribute innovative devices powered with Android. However, HTC is not convinced about this and they believe that Google acquisition of Motorola Mobility puts them in direct competition. According to reports coming from Taiwan’s Central News Agency, HTC is up to their new plans and confirmed that they are thinking of acquiring their own mobile operating system.
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