Speaking at Google’s Mobile Revolution conference in Tokyo, Japan, Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, talked about the growing number of patent lawsuits levied at Android. The ex-Google CEO had a lot to say about the way competitors have decided to go after Android using lawsuits and bogus patent infringement claims.
As we’ve seen lately, ... Read More »
Well we didn’t get a full announcement of Android 2.3, but Google CEO Eric Schmidt just confirmed the Nexus S would run Gingerbread and should be available in the “next few weeks”. When he pulled out the “unannounced phone” to give a brief preview of Google Maps, you could clearly see ... Read More »
Google CEO Eric Schmidt is about to go live at the web 2.0 summit and you can watch the entire thing with the stream provided after the jump. Some have speculated we could see some Gingerbread related news, but it should be an interesting talk no matter what happens. It has ... Read More »
Google hoped they could change the way customers buy smartphones when they launched their online phone store and began selling the Nexus One, but the carriers fought back hard and Google decided to close shop.
Initially, Google pitched the store as a place potential customers could come to shop for the device of ... Read More »
Well, that’s a big number. In an annual stockholder’s meeting, Google CEO Eric Schmidt reported that Android partners were now shipping about 65,000 handsets per day which includes 34 mobile devices in 49 countries. Interestingly enough, Schmidt also took a subtle jab at Apple, saying that “[Google] is trying to build an entire ecosystem of ... Read More »
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I’m sure by now that you are all aware that multitouch has come to a U.S. Android device at long last. This was fast becoming an issue akin to the iPhone not having copy and paste or SMS for the first couple years of its existence.