Well, reading though the biography I can see where the hypocrisy was. I think the closest approximation to any other character (real or imagined) that Jobs is like is Cartman, specifically the Fishsticks episode. Jobs spent his entire career doing mental gymnastics actually believing that he created all these things or came up with all these ideas when largely it was the people he worked with. Coupling this with his immense issue with betrayal which he seemed to see everywhere, I can see why he would be angry.
However, his anger isn't even remotely justified. iOS vs. Android may in the beginning have been close to each other, but they are world's apart these days. His anger is most likely at the success of Android and his perceived betrayal from Schmidt (which I think most of it went towards him rather than most of Google). The most telling fact about the whole thing was he didn't care about Android being a "iOS ripoff" before the Nexus One. It wasn't until things like multi-touch showed up that he flipped.
Besides, he would have done the same thing if the positions were reversed. You know how I know? Because he did with iOS 5.