Here's the thing. Google's desktop strategy is all about the browser. They create applications, Maps, Mail, Wave - all working inside the browser. That way Google can deploy software instantly and universally. So the perfect Google mobile device should be one where all the functionality is in the browser as a series of web-applications. You would create an awesome browser - and then everything just runs inside that. Isn't it odd then that the Palm is *exactly* that? Whereas Android is much more about conventional apps. Does anyone else think that Web Os is really what Android should have been - and a much better fit to the way that Google sees the future. C. iPhone content in this post is low. So I will compensate by being the 57th person to speculate that Phil Shiller will demonstrate the new iPhone by calling Steve Jobs and asking him how he is.