Google CEO Larry Page took questions from audience members during the opening keynote session of the company's annual I/O developer conference and hit on the fact that the tech media likes to play up competition between Google and its various rivals.
Google CEO Larry Page again hinted at the company's upcoming Motorola phone products, noting the gadgets likely will feature improved battery life and tougher screens.
Google said Motorola's mobile phone revenue tumbled almost 40 percent from the same quarter a year ago.
Google CEO Larry Page said the company is continuously working to keep all of its Android hardware partners happy, and that the search giant will continue to innovate around its mobile platform. However, Page stopped short of saying that the company will produce a Nexus-branded device through Motorola Mobility, the Android OEM it acquired earlier this year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Larry Page have been holding talks on a range of patent issues, including the mobile patent disputes between their two companies, according to Reuters .
Google offered little insight into its recently completed $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility during its second-quarter conference call, offering only barebones financial details on the company and a few comments on the company's performance in the quarter.
After months of waiting, Google ( NASDAQ:GOOG ) finally closed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility ( NYSE:MMI ), elevating Dennis Woodside to CEO in place of Sanjay Jha, who is leaving the company (with
Google's ( NASDAQ:GOOG ) $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility ( NYSE:MMI ) is on track to close sometime in the first half of the year, but the two companies are still sorting through how
Google ( NASDAQ:GOOG ) executives once again praised the momentum of the company's Android mobile operating system. During the company's fourth-quarter earnings conference call, Google CEO Larry Page
Google ( NASDAQ:GOOG ) executives couldn't contain their enthusiasm for mobile on the company's third-quarter earnings call. "We see Android growing like gangbusters," said CEO Larry Page as he