Google TV would be on a majority of televisions by next summer. What?
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Reuters reports that Google boss Eric Schmidt wanted to reassure the native home of Samsung that the company's upcoming acquisition of Motorola wouldn't impact its relationship with other Android manufacturers. "The Motorola deal will close and we will run it sufficiently and independently," he said,"it will not violate the openness of Android." Schmidt also took a moment to comment on the late Steve Jobs, whose official biography is causing much speculation on the early days of Android and the iPhone.
acquisition of Motorola Mobility might make the hardware company the "golden child" of the Android universe. Google chairman Eric Schmidt gave an interview this weekend, assuaging fears and assuring investors that the stability of Android is paramount. Google, he said, is committed to Android as a whole, and will not play favorites - sort of.
first saw ICS at Google I/O we've been patiently waiting for more details.
issue with Microsoft as of late.
bringing along the Samsung Nexus S to Web 2.0 was only a semi-surprise, but it's still the first official outing for the Android handset. If you want to relive the moment, O'Reilly Media has thrown the footage up on their YouTube event page. It's actually the full 45 minute sit-down with Schmidt, and is worth a watch if you're curious about the Google CEO's attitudes to mobile and open-source. Alternatively, the Nexus S shows up in the first few minutes of the clip. [youtube AKOWK2dR4Dg] [Thanks Paul!]