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Pichai stays put at Google, Microsoft chooses Nadella as new CEO

Microsoft, in announcing their new CEO, chose a traditional path. Satya Nadella has been around Redmond for 22 years, and has seen various changes over that time. He’s seen the growth of Microsoft, as well as the changing appetites of consumers. From desktop to notebooks, then netbooks to mobile, he’s seen it all in two decades of work.

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will retire within 12 months time

Steve Ballmer hasn't always been friendly to Android. In fact, he once referred to Android as “wild,” “uncontrolled,” and susceptible to malware and went on to talk about how he believes Android is "not in the consumers best interest." Anyway, given some of those earlier comments we suspect some of the more loyal Android users have harsh feelings towards Ballmer. But that being said, it is hard to ignore when a CEO of a large company announces his retirement plans.

Android co-founder talks OS fragmentation and Google Ventures

As much as we hear about Android fragmentation, especially as of late, Google has done an excellent job solving the "issue". As we recently reported, Jelly Bean now surpasses Gingerbread as the number one OS installed, and the vast majority of users are on 3 major OS versions. Recently Android's own co-founder and now Google Ventures head Rich Miner had a few words on the subject, and called it all "overblown" to say the least.

HTC CEO Peter Chou sticking by brand

The latest, most breaking news out of HTC is at least somewhat consoling: Peter Chou, head CEO for the company will not be stepping down, no matter how turbulent or troubled the future may get. For Mr. Chou, it's been a personal investment since day one.

HTC COO steps down as trouble in paradise continues

With strong sales for their new flagship HTC One smartphone there still seems to be a little trouble in paradise. We're now learning that another high-level exec from HTC has stepped down. This time it's Chief Operating Officer Matthew Costello, who isn't leaving the company but will step down and remain on board as an "executive adviser" moving forward.

BlackBerry CEO claims tablets will be pointless in 5 years

Today some comments are being thrown around by the CEO over at 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.
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