You mean like the on-going battle between the Ext4, Btrfs, ZFS, etc...Every single one of them claiming to be the "only filesystem that matters"? Fragmentation is a FOSS problem really, nobody can be satisfied completely when you can just write your own that suits you just fine. No free software is immune to this.
No, I meant the sheer fragmentation of the Android market and Linux distro "market" alike, vs. ext*'s relatively good handling of disk fragmentation.
Google is taking Apple to court over non-essential patents, hoping to shut down Apple in the US for good.
That seems ridiculously harsh, and I don't agree with it, but I won't shed a tear if it happens. I've never owned an Apple product and I don't plan to change that.