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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Google’s Andy Rubin moves away from Android

Andy Rubin, who’d been responsible for the Android operating system as Google’s Senior Vice President of Mobile and Digital Content, is moving to a new role at Google. Sundar Pichai, who’d previously managed Chrome for Google, will now lead Android.

Mr Rubin was co-founder of mobile phone company Danger (later acquired by Microsoft) and Android, which was acquired by Google in 2005.

In a blog post, Google CEO Larry Page said “The pace of innovation has never been greater, and Android is the most used mobile operating system in the world: we have a global partnership of over 60 manufacturers; more than 750 million devices have been activated globally; and 25 billion apps have now been downloaded from Google Play. Pretty extraordinary progress for a decade’s work. Having exceeded even the crazy ambitious goals we dreamed of for Android - and with a really strong leadership team in place - Andy’s decided it’s time to hand over the reins and start a new chapter at Google. Andy, more moonshots please!”

[Google blog]

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