The commercial launch of Google Glass is still a “year-ish” away, according to Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt.
What happens when two of the biggest names in world of privacy come together to break bread and discuss just what exactly makes the world go round? You’d like to be a fly on the wall in that room, wouldn’t you? Luckily the beans have been spilled on the extraordinary meeting between Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange and Executive Chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt. Read on!
Speaking this morning at All Things D: Dive Into Mobile, Schmidt was very supportive of Facebook and their Home launcher, mentioning it was “a tremendous endorsement of the (Android) platform and what you can do with it.”
Google executive chairman made a bold prediction on Google+ yesterday, saying that everyone on Earth will be connected by the end of the decade.
In an interview, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt says he loves BlackBerry QWERTY keyboards. No love for Android?
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has put an end to rumors of a merger between Android and Chrome OS, even with Sundar Pichai taking the lead on both of them.
What was the purpose of Eric Schmidt going to North Korea? We take a look at the motives and reasons behind the controversial visit.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Google’s former CEO and current chairman Eric Schmidt talked about the company’s Android mobile operating system especially in comparison with its main competitor, Apple’s iOS, a rival that Google is apparently “clearly” beating.
Eric Schmidt, once Google’s CEO, now Executive Chairman, is famous for his gaffes. The man has said so many terrifying, hilarious, and downright confusing things that we were thrilled to hear today’s news about his new book. According to Knopf Publishing, which is owned by Random House, Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen, the Director of Google Ideas, are going to release a book titled “The New Digital Age” on April 23, 2013.
Eric Schmidt, Google’s former CEO and current Chairman, talked to AllThingsD’s Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher for an hour on Wednesday evening, sharing his views on Google’s current state of affairs but also on the tech world as a whole.