Android, Google's mobile operating system, has a new master. Andy Rubin, who co-founded Android, Inc. and subsequently oversaw the startup after Google acquired it in 2005, is relinquishing his role as senior VP of mobile and digital content at Google.
In a post on Google's official blog, CEO Larry Page announced that Rubin is stepping aside. "Having exceeded even the crazy ambitious goals we dreamed of for Android -- and with a really strong leadership team in place -- Andy's decided it's time to hand over the reins and start a new chapter at Google."
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