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Word has been floating around on the street that Andy Rubin, the “father of Android,” would be launching a new company called Essential and a brand new smartphone. Rubin teased that phone earlier this year.
Now the Essential Phone is officially official, and it’s stuffed to the gills with features you’d expect in a high-end handset. ... Read More »
In January of this year, a report surfaced that outlined Andy Rubin’s next plans for the smartphone market and how artificial intelligence would play a role in his next big vision beyond just the Android platform.
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Though most of us know Andy Rubin as the father of Android, Rubin has since moved from the Android team to create his own company, Essential Products. Essential has remained relatively quiet, showing off prototypes and experimenting with new technologies. Today, however, Andy Rubin teased the first glimpse of Essential’s upcoming flagship smartphone. ... Read More »
Andy Rubin, who helped propel Android to the behemoth it is, has been hard at work on a new smartphone, which could see the light of day this year.
Bloomberg reports that Rubin, along with a team of around 40 from companies like Google and Apple, are part of a company called “Essential” and they ... Read More »
We haven’t heard much from Andy Rubin ever since he left Google more than one year ago, but that’s changing today thanks to a new report that claims that Rubin may want to get back into the smartphone game.
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We haven’t heard much about Andy Rubin ever since he handed control of Android over to Sundar Pichai in 2013, but because he’s the father of Android, we’ll always have a soft spot for Mr. Rubin. That’s why it’s kind of a bummer to hear ... Read More »
A mysterious woman, referred to only as a “Googler” by AllThingsD, may have been the impetus for Hugo Barra’s decision to leave Google for Chinese company Xiaomi. Looks like HTC’s Cher Wang will be getting some company.
Barra rose quickly through the ranks at Google after joining the company in 2008 and most recently ... Read More »
Google CEO Larry Page has just announced that Andy Rubin, the godfather of Android, will no longer lead the project as he moves on to start another project at Google. Taking over Android will be Sundar Pichai, who was the senior vice president of Chrome the last couple years.
The Nexus 4 is the hottest Android phone, but many people wish it had support for 4G LTE. Andy Rubin told The Verge that the lack of LTE was a “tactical issue,” but now it appears the Nexus 4 has hidden support for LTE, and it’s already working in some countries.
So how ... Read More »