Emma Barnett
London Telegraph
February 1, 2010

A couple of days after launching the much hyped iPad last week, Steve Jobs, Apple’s chief executive, hosted a question and answer session with the firm’s staff, during which he is understood to have criticised both Google and Adobe.

[efoods]When referring to Google, Jobs complained that the company has strayed into Apple’s territory by launching the Nexus One phone, according to a report in Wired.

According to those present at the meeting, Jobs said: “We did not enter the search business. They entered the phone business. Make no mistake they want to kill the iPhone. We won’t let them.”

Continuing to talk about Google, Jobs also poked fun at the company’s “don’t be evil” mantra, saying it was rubbish.


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