Why is Google opposed to dual boot Windows/Android devices, and can they stop them?
catamount 21 weeks ago
Asus has shown interest in offering a dual boot Windows/Android laptop. Google is apparently not happy about this. Why would Google oppose it, it would still have Android and be a way to generate advertising revenue and app sales? Equally important, how can they actually stop it since Android is open source?
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