Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, leaves Google

31 October, 2014

Andy Rubin has left Google. Rubin was heading Google's robotic division but has now left the company to start his own incubator for hardware startups. He will be replaced by James Kuffner.

Andy Rubin is the co-founder and ex-CEO or Danger Inc. and Android Inc. He oversaw the development of Android until March 2013, when Sundar Pichai took over and Rubin went on to manage Google's robotics division.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous

Cannot agree more.

  • dlads

73% Market share in the US and Europe? Yea android is useless! Lol, u doughnut

  • Johnny

No wonder. It's google. Maybe his salary becoming free like their apps.

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