850,000 Android devices activated each day now
On his first anniversary as Google CEO, Larry Page shared some new company numbers: 850,000 Android devices are activated daily.
Google Chrome browser has 200 million-plus users, and Gmail has over 350 million users, with more than 5,000 new businesses and educational establishments signing up each day. (GigaOm)
Meanwhile, in other Google (GOOG) news, the Mountain View, California-based company has reportedly pushed back the release of its first Android tablet to make some design tweaks and potentially lower the $249 price. (The Verge)
Yahoo (YHOO) Chief Product Officer Blake Irving has resigned. Irving joined the company in mid-2010, as one of former CEO Carol Bartz’s hires. (All Things D) Instagram is nearly done raising a $50 million round of funding which would value the popular photo-sharing start-up at $500 million. (All Things D) According to a new study, Pinterest is now the third most popular social network behind Facebook and Twitter. (Venturebeat)
First-quarter profits for handset-maker HTC plummeted 70%. “We simply dropped the ball on products in the fourth quarter,” said Chief Financial Officer Winston Yung. (Bloomberg)
Microsoft (MSFT) is so keen on having developers create apps that they’re willing to financially cover the Windows Phone versions. (The New York Times)
|posted on||April 8, 2012|
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