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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has denied that there is any tension with Samsung, the world's biggest mobile phone maker and the only Android handset manufacturer making substantial profits.
He also said it would be "against our religion" to try to block Facebook Home, the new app from the giant social network for Android phones that effectively takes over the device to display Facebook updates and photos.
Speaking at the AllThingsDigital Mobile conference in New York, Schmidt said that reports of tension between the search giant and its smartphone counterpart were incorrect, and that the relationship "has turned out to be the …