Only 20 features in Linux? >reads it again< ...
Have you never tried an Android phone?
Have you never used a TV set-top box?
Have you never driven or been driven in a car with some sort of electronically activated features?
Have you not a 'Smart Meter' at home or seen one at a friend's/relative's house?
Have you never wondered what operating system they use at CERN... or in space ( #Astronauts
If the answer to any one of those questions is a 'yes', then I honestly believe that your claim of "20 features in Linux" is inaccurate - to put it very politely. Call me a fanboy (no, really - be my guest) but the Desktop/Laptop scene is simply the last frontier for total world domination (that's pretty much what it is) - everything else has already been taken over.
P.S. I'm willing to bet that Google and
Apple use Linux extensively for developing their products. Sorry about the length, if you've read this far.
Rant over. >phew<