If you look at the two tablets that have succeeded — the Apple iPad and the Amazon Kindle Fire — both Apple and Amazon have treated their tablets as simple screens connected to powerful sets of software and services. Amazon spent a year getting its services lined up before it even launched its tablet, and that turned out to be a brilliant move.
(via Tech Republic)
This is the part that fandroids don’t get. It’s not about the bits (hammers) and bytes (nails)! It’s always been about the software(building a house). That’s why IKEA is always so crowded!