Google’s Schmidt: “Android Adoption is About to Explode”
Yay for headlines like that. Today was Googleâ€™s Q3 earnings conference call and one of the hot topics was the growth in their mobile division.Â As well all know, Android is the key ingredient to the recipe of success. Â We’ll spare you the entire call and transcript and give you the stuff that has us most excited.
“Android adoption is about to explode. You have all the necessary conditions.” – Eric Schmidt
“On a quarter over quarter basis, mobile searches grew 30% on Google. It tells you something about the mobile space, the smartphones, and how they are transformative. They are basically transforming how people live on a mobile basis. If we move forward the adoption of these mobile phones by lowering the cost because it is open source, think of how many searches [that will produce].” – CFO Patrick Pichette
“Android now 12 devices in 26 countries, 32 carriers”Â – Eric Schmidt
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