Is the Droid a Data-based or App-based Mobile OS?
Does Android have all of my data feeds represented in one unified view: email, messaging, voice mail, facebook, twitter, blog? Or do I have to go to separate apps to check each feed? Of course, seemingly, I can get updates on the notification bar, but that's a "hack" to bring all notifications to your home screen, it's not an organic part of the OS.
A real data-based mobile OS has this "unified view" concept built as an organic and innate part of the OS, and requires not external apps or widgets for it. For example, a phone like this: elegant, unified, graceful:
The future is data-based, not app-based. On this front, Android is already one generation behind. It's game over, go take a shower and go to bed guys.