Why Facebook Tells Staff to Drop iPhone for Android

April 16 (Bloomberg) -- Whether Facebook Home is an attack on Google or not, it's a bet on Android... and the company's ability to thrive on the open platform, relative to the closed world of the iPhone. Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman reports.

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