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Reckoning Of The Month

Six months ago, Google’s Eric Schmidt predicted that Android would be the No. 1 choice of developers by . . . right now. According to analysts, his psychic powers have hardly been proven.

THEN

“There are so many manufacturers who are working so hard to distribute Android phones globally that . . . you will want to develop for that platform--perhaps even first--over the next six months.”
Eric Schmidt, Google chairman

NOW

“Developers have not shown any increased interest in developing for Android since June 2011. The Android market continues to suffer from commerce friction and fragmentation among devices.”
Peter Farago, Flurry Analytics

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  • PeterCao

    Recently saw Eric Schmidt’s name appeared in articles of Pinceton University and UC Berkeley School reports. But the comments part was disabled in those two articles with Eric Schmidt’s name in it. Someone must be afraid of people of Princeton University and UC Berkeley from learning my speech about anti-humanity crimes which Eric Schmidt had involved into. That’s a typical action against freedom of speech, a stigma to the spirit of both distinguished schools.Princeton U and UC Berkeley are big names in human society and also alma mater schools of Eric Schmidt’s, both of whom must have shown sympathatic support for Eric Schmidt of possible legal consequences over his involvement into those anti-humanity crimes I challenged for quite a while.However, the more the hiding of these facts from eyes of innocent people of Princeton University and UC Berkeley, the more they would be curious of what Eric Schmidt involved into and more believe in what I said, once they eventually learn, because the crimes Eric Schmidt had involved into, including killing the innocent, conspiring lives of the victim, and terrorize/extort authroties who’s ruling against their crimes, etc. are ultimate crimes which would universally not be tolerated anywhere on this planet.

  • PeterCao

    This is actually a war between fascism and anti-fascism. At this stage, fascism still prevail in our lives. Eric Schmidt and Sebastian Thrun are just two forefront people we can see in this fascism circle. There is a whole pack of fascists behind them to cover up their crimes.

    This case regards to people with great powers as Eric Schmidt is, and also regards to crimes as serious as viciously conspiring life of the victim; already someone like May Zhou mysteriously died; if the case could not be clarified or leave any points dubious and obscure, it will cost more people's lives in the future. At either moral or legal fronts, there is a necessity to clarify the case, especially to the public.

    How could this case still not be clarified in judicial system after eight years? Because the crimes are not only coming from the criminals who committed these crimes, but also coming from certain malicious officers (e.g. a powerful officer namely ZZZ from Santa Clara DA's Office, and after ZZZ stepped down, another officer YYY) who chose to collateral with those fascism criminals to conspire victim, and who's seriously miscarriage of justice

  • PeterCao

    Stanford student May Zhou's (MIT alumnus) death was because of hostilities against Asian people originated in Gabriele Scheler's false accusations, Sebastian Thrun and Eric Schmidt together with powers behind them had expanded such hostilities into Stanford, Google, legal system, etc.,
    I brought the case to the public because as a human being, anyone has the responsibility to crack down such a murder case which includes killing the innocent, conspire life of the victim, terrorize/extort authorities, corruption, miscarriage of justice, discrimination against Asian, etc. 

    Any media interested in helping to clarify this case to the public please contact: peter_vista@yahoo.com or caomingpeter@163.com

  • PeterCao

    This case regards to people with background of great powers as Eric Schmidt is, and also regards to crimes as serious as threatening the victim and endangering people's lives; and already someone innocent like Stanford student May Zhou had mysteriously died and victim's life was conspired; racial issue is a factor; if the case could not be clarified or leave any points dubious and obscure, it will cost more of human lives in the future. At either moral or legal fronts, there is a necessity to clarify the case to the public.