Tag Archives: Eric Schmidt

300,000 Android Activations per Day

I don’t think anyone could have predicted that Android’s exponential growth continue. Most assumed it had to start slowing down. Back in October, Eric Schmidt said that 200,000 Google Android devices were being activated per day. We’re one week into December and that figure is already 300,000 per day, according to Andy Rubin (the man […]

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Steve Jobs = Control Freak

Yesterday, Apple announced their impressive results, revealing their first quarter over $20billion in revenue. Unlike Google’s share price, Apple’s actually fell over 6% on the results … due to disappointing sales of their iPad and iPod which missed analyst expectations. Steve Jobs decided to join the earnings conference call, and spent most of his time […]

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Google Catching Apple … Fast!

Google CEO Eric Schmidt today announced that the number of mobile handsets shipping with its Android OS has already reached 60,000 per day. The first Android phone was made available in the 4th quarter of 2008. In about a year, Google has already reached the equivalent of 5.4million phones per quarter. It took Apple 3 […]

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