Android Multi-Touch Conspiracy? Rubin Says No


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  1. phandroid

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    The Motorola Droid has multi-touch capabilities but not where you would want it – places like the browser, Google Maps and the image gallery. The Motorola Milestone, the Droid’s European counterpart, DOES have these features. Why? The same thing seems to be happening with the Nexus One and Andy Rubin got taken to task [...]

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    Theirs definitely much more to this.... he said "
    So his blaming HTC that I don't have multi-touch.............
     
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    As well as Motorola and other manufacturers who have/will release Android phones without multi-touch.

    It's a lot less troublesome for Google not to include it and let manufacturer's do it at their choosing than make it a standard on the Android OS and call upon Apple's wrath. Although if Google did do it, it would be a lot less troublesome for all of the phone manufacturers and their customers.
     

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