When Google's Chief Executive Eric Schmidt stepped down last week the entire internet went into a frenzy. Questions arose if he would be leaving the company and what it means for the powerhouse that is Google. Well in his final
The head fellow at Google has announced today that he'll be stepping down as Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page will be stepping up. This transition is set to go on April 4th, 2011. Furthermore, Sergey Brin, also Google
Google has now established itself in the mobile market as a fierce competitor. Google's CEO, Eric Schmidt, has taken to the Harvard Business Review to talk about the company's plans for 2011, all of which are centered on the
Eric Schmidt 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
So if you were watching a live stream of (or were AT) the Web 2.0 Conference 2010 listening to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, you saw him whip out not only the new legendary super secret phone, but Android 2.3 Gingerbread as well.
A lot of the popularity of Google’s Android OS comes from the fact that it is open source, developers, manufactures can do what they want with it. This leads many of them to customize it to their own liking for any specific
Google CEO Eric Schmidt has confirmed that there will be no Google Nexus Two device, telling The Telegraph that "the idea a year and a half ago was to do the Nexus One to try to move the phone platform hardware business forward.
Its no secret that Android is picking up steam and is quickly becoming the fastest growing market among smart-phone and handsets in general. The versatility of the platform as well as the different hardware variations are really
Google CEO Eric Schmidt is predicting good times ahead for Android. The statement coming as part of the company's first quarter investors' conference. Continue Reading...