Andy Rubin Officially Resigns from the Chairman of Android Project


Founder of the Android operating system, Andy Rubin has just decided that he no longer leads the Android project. Even so, that does not mean he is not the part of Google. Instead, Andy Rubin will move on to other projects owned by Google. According to CEO of Google, Larry Page, the resignation decision was made solely by Andy. He said that Andy wanted a fresh start on Google with higher expectation than the current Android project.

And, the man who replaced Andy Rubin position is Sundar Pichai who previously worked for the Chrome project and applications. And, the final product / result of the work is Chrome Pixel as the latest high end Chromebook from Google. Google has not clarified about the project that will be done by Andy Rubin. However, with a great vision of Andy Rubin who managed to deliver Android became the most popular mobile operating system in the world, it is not surprising that Rubin would gain an important position in other Google projects.

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