Their website is a cluttered mess, the only design there is "find a place to shove this in the page". (I assume the poll is about website design, not hardware/other software from the description, but it honestly isn't all that clear.)
But the "Google's creative logos" sounds like a direct reference to their website. Also, the Fire runs Android right? So they really can't get all the credit for that.
Honestly the question is just kind of confusing. They don't all exist in the same field for proper comparison (Intel makes processors, who cares what they look like? And if Intel qualifies, why not AMD?). The only thing they all have in common is that they all have websites, but then again what large company doesn't these days?
Other's, below, have expressed similar rebellion against being forced to either give their approval to an item the may least disapprove of, or as I did, pick none at all and thus not truly participate in the pole.
These are the kinds of survey wordings/choices that allow bragging rights of 'voted best' to some really elephanted up things in this world.
"The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." - Albert Einstein
"As far as we know, our computer has never had an undetected error." - Weisert
"If you are searching for perfection in others, then you seek disappointment. If you are seek perfection in yourself, then you will find failure." - Balboos HaGadol Mar 2010
"the meat from that butcher is just the dogs danglies, absolutely amazing cuts of beef." - DaveAuld (2011) "No, that is just the earthly manifestation of the Great God Retardon." - Nagy Vilmos (2011)
"It is the celestial scrotum of good luck!" - Nagy Vilmos (2011)
"But you probably have the smoothest scrotum of any grown man" - Pete O'Hanlon (2012)
But I've never been able to bite any of those companies so I don't know what they taste, but I guess that the one with a taste more resemblant to bacon would win... Even if they don't have ListCtrls...
I'd have to agree here, even Apple Fans are beginning to acknowledge this, for example: Cult of Mac[^].
Funnily, one of the comments says that an exception where skeuomorphic design is preferrable is music software that looks like a traditional mixing desk. I couldn't disagree more. No sound engineer uses a mixing desk with one finger, and that's pretty well what you're constrained to do with a mouse. Even if the software is multi-touch enabled, the knobs are too small to operate sensitively with a finger. I can't help think there's a better alternative.
Personally I find this strange. I've been using Win 8 regularly on my home PC for a while now. After an initial "where the f**k is ...?" period while I attempted to find my way around, I quickly found myself at home with the new start screen arrangement.
On top of that, performance is significantly improved. Cakewalk (makers of the Sonar music software) tested various aspects of performance for audio software, for example, and found amongst other things drastically improved disk I/O performance, less kernel calls (with associated overheads of context switching).
We all stand to benefit from the optimisations made to get all this running on a tablet.