Google’s Eric Schmidt has hit back at Tim Cook, following a comment last month that he took personal offense at the data collection practices of some rival companies.
Asked about the glowing reception of the new iPhones and the long lines around Apple stores, Schmidt, who was on Apple’s board of directors until Android came out, simply said “Samsung had these products a year ago.”
Google chairman Eric Schmidt is known for occasionally making somewhat ridiculous statements, and at the World Economic Forum at Davos he had a few interesting things to say about getting into China. Read on for more!
In a video interview with Bloomberg TV, Eric Schmidt talks a bit about his predictions for popular trends in 2014. The Google Chairman suggests that smartphones will continue to grow, and the importance of big data will also increase rapidly.
Eric Schmidt posted on his Google+ profile a very detailed guide on how to switch from iPhone to Android. Check it out!
During a question-and-answer session at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, Google’s executive chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt declared that Android is more secure than the iPhone (i.e. iOS). Was Eric Schmidt going too far by saying Android is more secure that iOS?
A new image of the Moto X image has hit the web, with Eric Schmidt apparently talking on it in what seems to be the clearest Moto X picture to date. Read on for more details!
Eric Schmidt has revealed that Google’s relationship with Apple has improved over the past year with the two companies having “lots and lots” of meetings. Could this mean an end to all those lawsuits?
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has a new book out titled, “The New Digital Age,” he got on NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! for an interview to promote it. Here, he reveals that he thought Google’s famous “Don’t be evil” slogan was “the stupidest rule ever” when he joined the company.
Commenting on Google Glass, Eric Schmidt said that talking to the product out loud can be “the weirdest thing” and that it can be “inappropriate” in certain situations.