Sundar Pichai Conversation with Josh Topolsky
Computing is going through one of the most exciting moments in its history: people are increasingly adopting phones, tablets and newer type of devices. And this spread of technology has the potential to make a positive impact in the lives of people around the world.
Android and Chrome are two fast growing, open platforms that enable developers to innovate and reach as many people as possible with their apps and services across multiple devices. While phones and tablets may be well established in many parts of the world, it’s still very early days for the next wave of new form factors hitting the market.
Please join us for a conversation with Sundar Pichai, SVP of Android, Chrome & Apps at Google, and Josh Topolsky, editor-in-chief of the Verge, to discuss what’s next and how mobile platforms can remain fast and flexible enough to inspire and drive ecosystem innovation beyond laptops, phones and tablets into new territory such as wearables, home computing and cars.
Additional Supporting Materials
- What’s next for connected devices, now that tablets and smartphones are so well-established?
- Design is increasingly important in product development; how does Google approach the design of its products and services?
- In the United States, many people have 2 or 3 devices but that’s not the case in emerging markets. What will mobile access look like for the next billion people?
- Android and Chrome were big bets for Google five years ago; What’s next for these two fast growing and popular platforms?
- First Nexus and Chromebooks, then Google Glass and more. Is Google increasingly entering the hardware space and what does that mean for Android and Chrome ecosystem partners?
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