Execs from Apple rivals Google and Microsoft have made a special effort to say bad things about Siri, Apple's new voice-controlled assistant app. They think they have reason to, because it's unsettled both firms.
Google's Andy Rubin, VP of Engineering, just stepped up to challenge media reports the Google was defending Android against fragmentation. Rubin says "no." This could be because Google doesn't see fragmentation as a problem in the same way others do.
The New York Times posted an interview with Google's Andy Rubin about the future of Android, and there are some interesting tidbits inside, including full Adobe Flash support and the importance of openness.