BlackBerry, formerly RIM, about the current and future state of tablets. To quickly sum it up, Thorsten Heins just doesn't really like tablets. Which was pretty evident with their attempts at the segment with the PlayBook piggybacking off of Android. However, he goes on to talk about all tablets in general, and their future.
Eric Schmidt and former CEO of Google had some interesting and juicy comments regarding Android. We've shared a few of his statements this afternoon about Android activations, Samsung's role in Android and more, but now lets talk about Motorola.
Facebook app for Android and Facebook Home, but also a smartphone. It will be gracing the hands of users at the Facebook Home press event this afternoon. With a few leaks already in the bag many assumed it would be AT&T, but we can now confirm AT&T's own CEO Ralph de la Vega is in the building.
Google passed Microsoft to become the second most valuable tech company in the world, and their stock has been soaring quite high the past few months. However, Amazon's own Jeff Bezos and Amazon have been doing quite well too, and now their CEO is doing just fine in the billionaire club.
Eric Schmidt looks to be parting ways with Google, at least a little bit. New details this afternoon have confirmed that the once big wig will be selling around 42% of his stake in Google Inc. The plan was announced today by Google and apparently will take place over the next year.
Nokia coming over to the dark side we all know and love as Android. Or is it the good side? Sadly they went the Windows Phone route and so far have absolutely no plans on jumping ship and building an Android smartphones. While we've seen little leaks suggesting the possibility, a recent interview with Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has up hoping again.
Google's investor relations call surely wasn't anything exciting, but while we've been following along the Q and A sessions gave us a few treats. First up Larry Page talked about the Nexus supply, and now their CFO briefly mentioned their plans for Motorola. Read on for a quick quote right from Google's own as he talks about big changes coming soon.
Google's currently in the middle of their Q4 2012 earnings report. Earlier today we mentioned their entire Q4 details resulting in more than $14.4 billion in revenue, but now we're hearing little details from Google's own Larry Page. We'll be listening to the entire call but he briefly mentioned the Nexus supply issue and we thought you'd like to hear.
Google's Larry Page recently had a nice conversation and interview with the folks at Wired, and we heard some neat comments. Talks about Google+, social media, Android of course, and lots about Motorola. Last year Google purchased Motorola Mobility largely for their patent portfolio, but in the interview Larry gently talks about the acquisition, and what is in store for Motorola's future.
Larry Page recently sat down with Fortune and managed to talk about a wide variety of topics. Everything from Motorola making a Nexus device to Google+, Wallet, Amazon, Steve Jobs and even how Google is still only sitting at one percent of where they should be.