No doubt on that.
But we have to assume the existence of hundreds more times normal/visible matter. After all there are some educated guesses that only 5% of the known universe is made of atoms. Even if you extrapolate 5000 "starless" planets per star, you still have to think about how massive a star can be.
So, how long will take google to trash the java stuff and absorb Qt as the primary toolkit/sdk ecosystem?
With or without it how will they fight the Nokia patent pool brought in court by their puppet master?
With all that data they're getting everyday, the real loss will be at who had it given. That data will be very useful for the next 50 years and if they go under radar they will have more freedom to work and sell it.