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OnePlus 5 review – the Never Settle promise lives on

by Lanh Nguyen 2 days ago100 comments

OnePlus 5 vs iPhone 7 Plus vs Huawei P10: The Portrait Battle

by Nirave Gondhia 1 day ago39 comments

OnePlus 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S8: quick look

by Joshua Vergara 2 days ago8 comments

OnePlus 5 officially announced with an all-new dual camera setup

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago15 comments
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Andy Rubin wants to give you a free dashcam, in exchange for the data

Andy Rubin's latest project aims to give away free dashcams in exchange for the data collected from them.
by Andrew GrushFebruary 9, 201632

Andy Rubin, the father of Android, looks like he wants back in the mobile game

Rubin says he’s thinking about coming back to the Android world by starting his phone company.
by John DyeDecember 2, 201512

Android founder Andy Rubin looks beyond mobile to artificial intelligence

At his recent talk at Code/Mobile, Android co-founder Andy Rubin talks the future of mobile, U.S. carriers, AI and even fragmentation.
by Jimmy WestenbergOctober 8, 20156

Andy Rubin’s Playground Global invests $15 million in CastAR augmented reality startup

Remember Andy Rubin? He is not gone from the industry just yet. In fact, he is working to fund exciting new companies, and CastAR just managed to get %15 million from him!
by Edgar CervantesAugust 20, 20153

Android co-founder Andy Rubin launches a tech hardware incubator called Playground Global

Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, has just launched an incubator firm that will help provide financing and resources to tech hardware startups.
by Jimmy WestenbergApril 6, 20153

Former Android head, Andy Rubin, leaves Google

Andy Rubin, the Android head and current Google robotics leader, is leaving Google with plans to start an “incubator for startups interested in building technology-hard products”.
by Andrew GrushOctober 30, 201420

Google’s Boston Dynamics purchase further confirms company’s interest in robotics

Google has bought Boston Dynamics, its eight robotics company purchase in the last six months. Read on for more details!
by Chris SmithDecember 14, 20139

From Android to robots: Andy Rubin is now leading Google’s robotics arm

Rubin confirmed in an interview that he’s working on a “moonshot” project that involves robots. Since March, Google has secretly acquired seven companies working in robotics and related ...
by Bogdan PetrovanDecember 4, 20132

Google I/O 2013 not about new hardware or new operating system, Sundar Pichai says

In the first interview since taking over the reigns of Android, Sundar Pichai revealed that Google I/O 2013 won't bring that much novelties when it comes to hardware and OS updates. ...
by Chris SmithMay 13, 201313

Source: Motorola acquisition “added more fuel to the fire to oust” Andy Rubin

Two years after Google announced it would acquire Motorola, questions linger about the value of the deal. A source told The Verge that the misstep might have contributed to the ousting ...
by Bogdan PetrovanApril 27, 20135
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