Why Google’s Open Handset Alliance Has Been A Disappointment

Contributor Leslie Grandy

Leslie Grandy is a consultant who blogs at The Consumer Matters. Previously, she was an executive at T-Mobile, Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) and RealNetworks.

When Google (NSDQ: GOOG) formed the Open Handset Alliance back in November 2007, it brought together a global list of carriers, software developers and handset makers that supported the Android open source project. Since then, the OHA has not materialized into any kind of global force for change, leaving many in the industry


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