Tagged: Andy Rubin
Steve Jobs was not fond of Android. He considered it a copycat of Apple's iOS platform, and infamously declared war on all things Android. That sentiment evidently carried all the way to the top of Android, as a recent book reveals that Jobs was no fan of Android founder, and former chief, Andy Rubin.
Xiaomi. Barra is Google's Vice President of Product Management for Android and his departure might send a few wrong signals regarding Android's future.
Google's own Larry Page informed the world of the shocking news that Andy Rubin was stepping down as head of the Android team, and now Andy has shared a few comments himself. In an email to partners and the Open Handset Alliance Rubin talks about his departure, and that he's an "entrepreneur at heart" among other things. Read on for more details.
Google will be opening up their own retail stores to compete with the likes of Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft in the real world. Reports suggested Google had multiple plans and they'd be opening retail stores before the end of 2013 for their devices, and Project Glass.
Nexus device are in surprisingly short supply. That all changes today, with Android and Me reporting a whopper of a rumor. According to various unnamed industry sources, Google will be revealing a new Nexus device within the next 30 days, and it won't be alone when Google removes the veil.
before Google's deal to buy out Motorola was approved by both the US and EU, they had stated that each company would remain completely separate from on another. And had stressed that Motorola wouldn't be 'favored' by Google in any way. Recently here at MWC, Google's Andy Rubin had a few words to say on the subject, as many people have been asking why Motorola's CEO Sanjay Jha would be replaced by Google employee Dennis Woodside.