Google soars $66 higher after hours thanks to earnings report
As we reported, Google's new CEO, Larry Page, has said that the company activated 550,000 Android devices a day and the company estimates that there are 135 million devices globally that use Android. While Google books no revenue from the actual use of the open source operating system by manufacturers, it does get paid royalties for certain patents and for disseminating ads on the platform. And Google's new Facebook-like social network called Google Plus has already snagged 10 million users in its first two weeks, even though it requires an invitation to enter. Facebook has 750 million members, in comparison.
CEO Page, who replaced a tech icon in Eric Schmidt, summed up the goal at the Mountain View based company when he said, "All of us at Google want to create services that people in the world use twice a day, just like a toothbrush."
source: Google via Yahoo
4. shamus (unregistered) posted on 15 Jul 2011, 01:23 0 0
i dont know why but i really like your thought process
5. Dude (unregistered) posted on 15 Jul 2011, 01:32 1 1
Unfortunately Apple would sue for it being in breach of their toothbrush patent and Microsoft would get another $15 for each toothbrush handset.
6. DigitalMD2 (unregistered) posted on 15 Jul 2011, 10:22 0 0
And Verizon would charge you more on their tiered data plan if you brushed more than once a day................LOL