Google buys secretive Silicon Valley start-up, Android
Google has acquired a Palo Alto start-up called Android, a two year old company that makes software for mobile phones, but little more is known, according to Business Week. A peak at the site suggests it deals with location technology. The purchase brings to Google co-founder Andy Rubin, who previously launched Silicon Valley's Danger, maker of the Hiptop device.
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From: John Battelle's Searchblog
Google Ad Tweaks, Mobile Purchase
I've gotten a lot of mail on this, which tells me it's worth noting: Google is tweaking its ad placements and putting more ads up, and it bought a mobile company. Silicon Beat covers it well....
August 18, 2005 5:32 AM
From: Junto Boyz
GOOGLE BUYS ANDRIOD
Yeah, I forgot to post this up last week. I actually heard about Android through an acquaintance from Orange a couple months ago, but I promised not to write about it. Sort of feel like a "real" journalist when people make me promise such things. Busin...
August 24, 2005 12:10 AM
I can't believe it, my co-worker just bought a car for $52284. Isn't that crazy!