|Apple iPhone customers|
What is up with this post? Is there some concern by Schmidt that Apple users might not trust an ordinary Google marketing manager or engineer to write up this procedure? Or perhaps this task was too much for the Google marketing communications department, which could have “placed” a piece of “advertorial” on some blog that potential customers might find with a search engine such as, say, Google?
But those sources might not generate enough trust for Apple users. Hey, if you can trust anything in the Android world, you’ve gotta be able to trust Eric Schmidt, right? Not the ordinary Chairman but the Executive Chairman. (Could this is one of his new duties?)
|Google could launch ‘Nexus TV’ Android|
Google isn’t giving up its living room ambitions. The company is said to be working on a “Nexus TV” device that will run Android, stream video from services like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube, and play a selection of video games. The rumor comes from The Information‘s Amir Efrati, who cites an anonymous Google employee. The device is said to be ready for launch as soon as the first half of next year, according to the report.