Ok, so I bought a Motorola Droid on November 6th, 2009...the day they were released by Verizon & Google. I've been wanting an Android phone ever since I first heard of the project. Not because it's from Google (most of my friends give me shit because I'm pretty critical of the company), but rather because it's a cell phone running a Linux kernel. I don't consider myself a Linux fanboi (I run Windows XP on my desktop at home), but I didn't think it was this cool when Windows came to phones. I've been getting more into Linux on devices/appliances ever since I got my Cobalt RaQ4 a few years ago. I've now got a Cobalt RaQ4 on Debian running most of my home services, wireless router running dd-wrt & a phone running Android. Anyway...long story long...I was sent a link today that really made me laugh. Is Android really going to kill the iPhone or at least take a significant portion of its market share? I don't know. Linux hasn't killed Windows in quite a few years despite being touted as on the verge of doing just that. One thing is for certain, it's fun to see the debate. Enjoy.