Though Nintendo does okay without 3rd party support. Having Android apart of their team would be sweet. Main issue would definitely be Piracy though... Android is way to open and would introduce all kinds of exploits to the Nintendo pretty closed Platform.
What is wrong with Time Warner? Is management so anxious to sell the company that they are willing to jump out of bed with one and into bed with another so quickly? This just reminds me of, shall we say, a darker profession.
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