Google’s CEO this time spoke in much more detail about the new Google policy allowing the company to use data from across its products, but also spoke about Google Maps and Chrome on Android.
To illustrate the new possibilities that come with the updated Google policy, Page mentioned Google Now, a product that wouldn’t have been available under the previous one.
And about the big question about Google Maps on Apple’s iOS, Google’s head said he’d of course love it for people to be able to use Maps on different platforms, but Apple’s closed approach made it somewhat difficult, and the project is still under evaluation.
Interestingly, the discussion also touched on the division between mobile and native apps. Page rightly noted that the issue is somewhat overinflated and in the future, both will peacefully coexist. Check out the full talk, it’s definitely great to see Google’s chief executive in obviously better shape and talking about all those interesting details.
1. bobfreking55 (Posts: 866; Member since: 15 Jul 2011)
Correction PA: Title says Evertghing.
3. pikapowerize (banned) (Posts: 1869; Member since: 03 May 2012)
lol... will the google maps going to be free for iOS?
5. mxion (Posts: 33; Member since: 12 Sep 2012)
apple will make their maps better than those of google
6. chaoticrazor (Posts: 2347; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)
and how will they do that then? seeing as they cant make there devices better then there 1 year old competitor devices
7. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 753; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
..And then they'll cure Diabetis. As an encore they'll stop over charging for a small boost in memory for their phones and tablets and simultaneously not use Foxconn to make their phones. Plus the new iphone will make make healthy but delicious chocolate chip cookies.
8. toiletcleaner (Posts: 176; Member since: 10 Oct 2012)
Sorry for my ignorance but. is his voice like that or it is because he was sick ? it sound to me like he still sick