Google announced that Andy Rubin resigned as head of the Android operating system. He was replaced by Sundar Pichai who previously served as senior vice president for Chrome and applications.

In an announcement on the company's official blog, Google CEO Larry Page praised Rubin for this and asked him to continue working. Rubin resigned on personal whim and keep working at Google in a position that has not been determined.

Rubin is co-founder of Android. Together Rich Miner, Nick Sears, and Chris White, Rubin built the company Android Inc. in October 2003, which focused on the development of an open mobile operating system (open source). Google acquired Android then worth 50 million U.S. dollars in August 2005.

Rubin has four patents for his inventions, and is believed to have a net worth of 100 million U.S. dollars. He is often called the "Father of Android".

Since dinahkodai Google, Android is growing rapidly and a mobile operating system most widely used in the world. Every day, there are 750 million Android devices activated.

Now, the Android project is under the control of Sundar Pichai, who is also responsible for the Chrome operating system project. Most likely, Pichai will make Android and Chrome are connected
 


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