google keynote using macbook pro

Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by pound4pound30, May 20, 2010.

  1. pound4pound30 macrumors 6502

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  2. BlackZ macrumors member

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    It's not like they hate each other :), they have different visions.
    Would be more funny to see Steve Balmer on a Mac
     
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    Did you expect Google to use their own designed and manufactured computers? Oh, wait they they don't make compomters.
     
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    I visited the Google HQ in Australia, and from what I saw, just about every laptop was a Macbook Pro.
     
  6. silexh macrumors member

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    Its quite logical, as macs probably allow easier access to their linux servers and they would want to design cross platform for their applications etc.
    Google is quite open minded about these things, I think. I've seen Google officials with iPhones, and several presentations were they're using Firefox and Safari...

    You wont see Microsoft ding the same - ever. They only grab an iPhone to trash it ;)
     
  7. danielcox macrumors member

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    Microsoft allow you to use whatever inside the campus - just not in a public presentation.
     

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