Taranjit Singh Sandhu, India’s Ambassador to the United States, presented Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, with the Padma Bhushan Award on behalf of the Government of India. The Padma Awards are India’s highest civilian honours, in case you didn’t know. Sundar expresses his feelings after receiving the award in San Francisco. Continue reading “Google CEO Sundar Pichai on India and technology after receiving Padma Bhushan”
Google has revealed earnings for Q2 ended June 30, 2017. The company recorded $26 billion in revenue, up 21% from Q2 2016 while net income was $3.5 billion. The decline in net income was attributed to the $2.7 billion EU fine.
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Google has no plans whatsoever to make its own Nexus phone, which is that the company still want other OEMs to make Nexus devices for them and Google would “thoughtfully add more features on top of Android” for Nexus. Continue reading “Google won’t make its own Nexus phone, but will be “more opinionated” about design to OEMs: Pichai”
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has written his first “Founder’s Letter” that talks about his future vision of the company’s future. He said that the company is working towards creating a smart assistant that can follow you anywhere.
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Sundar Pichai just took to the Google+ platform to announce the dates of Google I/O 2016 which is set to take place just 18 weeks from now in California.
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Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google will be visiting India later this month and will be meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as President Pranab Mukherjee. New reports suggest that there is one more agenda to the trip and that is to launch v2.0 of Android One.
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The newly appointed Google CEO, Sundar Pichai has announced a couple of major leadership changes at the company. He has appointed three new executives following the recent Alphabet restructure, as per a report from Re/Code.
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Rumors, leaks and specifications about what will Google announce at its upcoming I/O conference have been floating the internet for a long time now. It is expected that Google will make many announcements ranging from smartwatch to a new version of Android at this conference tomorrow.
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Ever since the Sundar Pichai, Head of Chrome, took over Android, things have hinted that Google is moving more towards a Chrome centric future rather than an Android centric future. But as a turn of events, Sundar Pichai has announced that Google will be releasing an Android SDK for wearables in two weeks time.
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Google’s Sundar Pichai introduced a Google edition of the HTC One at the ATD D11 conference yesterday which we’d reported on earlier. But the announcement was just the first of many interesting tid bits dropped by the Chief of Android and Chrome during his keynote session. While two top end phones by Samsung and HTC might signal the end of the Nexus device program, Pichai was quick to point out that, “The goal with Nexus was to push forward hardware as well. That will continue.”
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Andy Rubin, the main man behind Android even before it got acquired by Google, has decided to step down from the role as the head of Android to pursue other opportunities inside Google, as the official blog from Larry Page, the CEO of Google details. Andy will be succeeded by Sundar Pichai, who is currently heading the Chrome division, consisting of the browser, OS, apps and more recently the Chromebook Pixel. Does this mean Android and Chrome might finally merge one fine day?
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