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The Apple/Google Cold War

Once again, brilliant commentary by Mr. Gruber. I could not agree more

The Apple/Google Cold War:

During last week’s The Talk Show, I mentioned that Pocket-Lint got a statement from Apple PR regarding YouTube’s omission from Mountain Lion’s new system-wide sharing feature:

Most interesting of the three is the inclusion of Vimeo over YouTube, a choice that is bound to give the professional video-sharing site a boost in awareness and audience numbers, but also leave users wondering why no Google support from day one?

When asked why there was no YouTube support at the moment in the developer preview, Apple told Pocket-lint: We have Vimeo, and we don’t have YouTube.” Allow me to translate: Fuck Google.

(Via Daring Fireball)

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