Google is activating 550,000 Android devices per day and right now has more than 130 million Android powered phones worldwide. These details are revealed by Google CEO, Larry Page . Larry has updated his Google+ page during the call itself, bolstering Google+ position as a here-to-stay social network. Stuff like these make us wonder if we need to have a tech CEO for a technology company.
Google’s quarterly revenue has touched $9bn which is up by 32% year-on-year. Google’s CEO has a new strategy going and good for him, it is working very well. This is Larry’s first full quarter as a CEO and we have already seen an impressive product
Google+, which has occupied the space on the Internet and mind space of the users alike has seen the best launch ever for a social network. Google+ now has over 10 million users, 1 billion items shared each day and the +1 button is served 2.3 billion times a day.
Google’s Android operating system is doing very well too. Google is activating 550,000 Android devices every day up from 500K activations as tweeted by Andy Rubin last month. There are 130 million Android powered devices across the world and 250,000 apps in the Android market place. Google is also trying to file patents of its own to deal with the patent mess it currently is in.
Chrome is the fastest growing browser and it has recently grabbed an impressive market share of 20%. It now has 160 million users.