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  (Source: Gizmodo)
Jobs and Schmidt spotted together in Palo Alto

If these pictures obtained by Gizmodo are any indication, it appears that the icy relationship between Eric Schmidt and Steve Jobs that the New York Times reported on a few weeks ago is thawing. The two were spotted chatting away in Palo Alto today outside a cafe According to the Gizmodo tipster, two lines uttered by Jobs during the encounter were, "They're going to see it all eventually so who cares how they get it” and "Let's go discuss this somewhere more private" – presumably after the mob started closing in with cameras in hand.

There also appears to be an iPad laying on the table while the two were talking, so Jobs can't be too terribly upset with Schmidt. Or perhaps Schmidt is just begging for his life before Jobs does the flashy thing on him.

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In plain sight.
By fteoath64 on 4/2/2010 5:10:57 AM , Rating: 2
Oh, they are just discussing how long they wanted to "drag" this suit so that it will generate the publicity for free while WinMo 7 is still struggling to catch up.

One can clearly see that the suit will be SETTLED a couple of weeks before the WinMo7 devices hit the market. Not that, this is going to hurt Nexus or iPhone 4 but it will clearly put both those platforms are the more desirable ones in the market (price points and all). Very sneaky but perfectly legal, I suppose.

In fact, HTC might just get the credit for being able to stand up to Apple while Apple already made their mark by initiating the suit in the first place. They got plenty of lawyers stilling around not doing much anywhere....

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