Scale, search, apps and telcos are all critical to Android's success.
"If we have a billion people using Android, you think we can't make money from that? All it would take is $10 per user per year."
Google can't make money directly off of the sale of the Android OS, like Microsoft (MSFT), because of its Open Source roots, so a billion times zero is still zero. How can Google reach the $10 average per handset?
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