Google will be using Samsung’s flexible OLED technology on the consumer version of Google Glass, according to latest reports. CEO Larry Page has been to Samsung supply lines where OLED displays are being developed and is happy with the product. This is an unsurprising move by Google, who would want a slimmer overall design for
Google has announced its first quarter revenue and income, with $14 billion revenue and $3.35 billion net income. This is yet another increase in Google’s revenue, with a 31% increase year-on-year. Google has also made nearly half a billion extra net income this year, compared to last. This does seem to be rather uninspiring for
Mark Zuckerberg topped the list of the highest-rated CEOs of 2013 in Glassdoor’s recently-published study. The Facebook CEO received a 99 percent approval rating, besting other heads of companies from various fields. Zuckerberg’s performance may be seen as impressive, given that during the month of May last year, the company’s stocks were quite unstable. One
Google has yet to close on their $12 billion dollar purchase of Motorola Mobility. The sale has been approved by the U.S and the European Union however it is still undergoing some international approval. All analysts are suggesting that it’s a done deal and in the coming months Motorola Mobility will be part of Google.
Google’s CEO Larry Page was prepared for reporter and analysts inquiries into the success of their social network Google+. There’s been great speculation on how well the social network is actually doing in terms of people who are using it every day. Google has made a couple bets on social networking in the past that
The tweet above is prominently posted on Buiness Insider’s homepage today. Once I saw it it got me thinking. Before I got sick I had an intense conversation with our editor at large Cameron Wright. He always takes the defensive on Google+. While I’m not a Google+ hater, I’m just a very casual user. Google
The Wall Street Journal reported early Thursday morning that sources close to the Google/Motorola merger and the United States Department Of Justice, have confirmed that the Google/Motorola merger is slated for approval next week. Of course the merger still has a little time to be met with opposition from antitrust enforcers in the United States
While Google may have missed their Q4 mark with Wall Street analysts, Android had a good report on the Google earnings call. Despite having double digit revenue, in the fourth quarter Google missed their per share target by $1.00. It was also revealed that almost all of Google’s revenue is coming from search. Of course
Google’s CEO Larry Page and company announced their Q4 earnings today after the bell. Google’s overall earnings came in at $8.13 billion which was about $300 million shy of Wall Street analysts’ expectations. Financial website Motley Fool had Google pegged at $10.49 per share, Google announced their actual earnings at $9.50 per share. On the
I don’t understand how everyone else missed this news. Engadget reported live from the Google Music event today, the numbers that Google wanted us to hear about Android. Google has now activated 200 million Android devices. This number is quite impressive considering we’re only 50 million less than Apple who has been around a year
Google executives have come under fire as of late for either not joining Google+ or using it sparingly. The concern of course is that Google+ is their own social network and Google is hoping to overtake or at least be uber competitive with their existing competitors. Google+ has been around since late June. Eric Schmidt,
Google CEO Larry Page held the companies 3rd quarter earnings call earlier this afternoon. Google did very well beating analysts for the very important third quarter. Page didn’t give a lot of information out about Android specifically. He contributed revenues of $2.5 billion dollars to the free operating system. Mum was the word on the
I can already envision the posters with words crawling across Larry Page’s face about the number of people on Google+. Reliable industry research firm ComScore has released numbers regarding the users on Google+, Google’s new social network. According to ComScore’s findings Google+ has over 20 million members since their launch June 28th. Comscore used a
New Google CEO, and Co-Founder, Larry page has been busy eliminating projects at Google that don’t fit with their current strategy. Ever since he took over in April he’s wanted to make sure that things at Google are streamlined. In fact he told the press members and analysts on Google’s second quarter earnings call that
Google’s new CEO and Co-Founder, Larry Page was on Google’s second quarter earnings call today. Most of the news was very positive and we’ll recap that later. The biggest news was that, according to Page, Android is activating 550,000 devices per day. That’s up 50,000 devices per day from when Andy Rubin tweeted on June
Business Insider has received some leaked emails from Larry Page that highlight how vitally important the location based tracking data is to Google. The emails obtained from Larry Page and other top Google Executives show that they need mobile tracking data to pick up where street view cars left off. Business Insider is reporting, via
Overall Google reported a good first quarter of 2011. Let’s remind you real quick that this was not Larry Page’s first quarter as CEO it was Eric Schmidts last. The highlight of the call in terms of numbers to report was that Google saw an increase of 27% year over year. That 27% increase was
Larry Page took over the reigns of CEO from Eric Schmidt this past Monday. Everyone was waiting and watching to see what moves Page would make at the helm of the good ship Google. Senior Vice President of Product Management, Jonathan Rosenberg was scheduled to end his tenure at Google in 2013 after his daughter
Here we are, the last Friday of Eric Schmidt’s reign as CEO of Google Inc. On Monday morning Larry Page will park his Prius in the spot that says CEO. This move wasn’t a signal that Google was failing or that the CEO needed to be changed. There was no secret head hunt going on.
In most circles someone going from the title of CEO of Google, one of America’s largest companies, to secretary would be seen as a horrible demotion of some kind. In Silicon Valley it’s not uncommon to see millionaire secretaries, but in the case of one Eric Schmidt we’re not talking about just any secretaries job.