The runaway popularity of Apple’s iPhone – and its scores of imitators – has turned them into the major focus for Google’s innovative developers, CEO Eric Schmidt has revealed.
on 02/18/2010 – Made popular on 02/18/2010
Is it just me, or do you guys see Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt as the mobile worlds essential “white knight?” He seems to know how to say the right things and gives respect where its due. In a recent interview during his tour in Korea, Schmidt has several pleasing things to say about their rival Apple:
Apple is actually a very good partner.
According to Reuters, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told a group of reporters in Japan that the company, in essence, has not submitted a native Google Maps app to Apple as of yet.
He stated that Google and Apple do talk “daily”, however.
Just what the two companies talk about daily is anyone’s guess.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal published last night, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt shared some interesting perspective on the various legal threats facing his company, as well as the relationship between Apple and Google.
In a recent interview, Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt clearly identifies Android and iOS as the only two top competitors when it comes to the mobile market and even calls it as the industries “defining contest.” With a small jab, Schmidt also claims that Google and Android are currently winning the battle and points out that there are four times more Android phones than iPhones and w
“How Google Works,” a book cowritten by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt and former product manager Jonathan Rosenberg recently debuted and the co-authors are touring the country and participating in various interviews.