Eric Schmidt recently made an appearance on NPR’s Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!, which is weekly comedy trivia show. Schmidt was using this appearance to promote his new book, however as one would expect -- other topics were discussed. For example, Schmidt revealed that he doesn't feel sorry for those using AOL email, that he could read all of our email and that he felt the "don't be evil" slogan was "the stupidest rule ever."
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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.
key numbers from Eric Schmidt during his time onstage at the Dive Into Mobile 2013 event, however that was far from the only item he talked about. Some of the other items included everything from his book to medical to security, however one in particular that we took note of was in regards to Samsung.
Eric Schmidt has recently taken the stage at Dive Into Mobile 2013 and as one almost expects at this time, he talked some numbers. In this case, Schmidt was talking about Android giving some details in terms of operators, countries, available apps and the sales and activations. Beginning first with the one that many seem most interested in, Android is now seeing 1.5 million in sales and activations every day.
Eric Schmidt has been busy in the news lately. We've heard plenty of his comments make the news, and today's surely will get a few people fired up. Get out the pitch forks! Google's own Eric Schmidt just confessed to still loving his BlackBerry. Don't get too angry here folks, it appears he just loves the keyboard.
Eric Schmidt decided to make a quick stop in India before making his appearance in Myanmar for a public event. In India, Schmidt's arrival excited many of the tech start-ups in the country. He made a stop in Bangalore, where he spent 4 hours talking to the employees at Google's offices there. His talks were also streamed to Google's employees in Hyderabad.
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.
All Things D, as Judge Lucy Koh (the very same Judge that oversaw the case between Apple and Samsung) is ordering Apple CEO Tim Cook, Intel CEO Paul Otellini, and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt to give testimonies related to the companies' non-poaching agreement. Allegedly, Apple, Intel, and Google all entered into an agreement that restricted each company from recruiting the others' employees.
Eric Schmidt. As I'm sure many of you know (or don't) Colbert is known for his outrageous comedy and talks of politics, interviews with celebrities and more. Today however in a comedy skit Colbert takes a stop by Google's NY headquarters to be interviewed by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, and it's certainly worth a watch.
earlier this week where he briefly mentioned Apple and the competition, to the once-CEO and current Chairman Eric Schmidt making comments on the lawsuits. Well Schmidt is in the news again today and this time he's being a bit more vocal.