> Maybe Android's security is broken, and maybe not, but the premise of this article is FUD.
While you may disagree with the article, and you make some reasonable points, it is hardly 'FUD'. Calling everything we disagree with 'FUD' only serves to dilute that term.
One of my points, which may well have been inadequately stated, was that there is no one serving the role that Linux distributions traditionally play for Android. There is a distinct danger to Android users who download applications and install them without thought. Given what you say, I am shocked, actually, that there haven't been security problems for Blackberry. Surely you don't think there are no malicious entities out there who would like to get malware installed on Androids, Blackberrys, or iPhones.
But I don't see any 'Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt' being promulgated here.