October 31, 2014
Specifically, they cost from the WSJ that Rubin is setting up an incubator for startups interested in building hardware products. In other words, everything indicates that he has simply gotten tired of Google and has decided to start a new project that he is passionate about (they make sense, it is common for profiles like Rubin’s to do this kind of thing).
So Rubin closes a cycle, to open another, from which very interesting things will surely come out. And before this, we only have one thing left to do: wish you luck and thank you for creating something as remarkable as Android.
via Andy Rubin, father of Android, leaves Google | TICbeat.
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