Andy Rubin, Google's robot chief and Android founder, steps down

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Andy Rubin, the man at the helm of Google's robotics initiative and the co-founder of the Android mobile operating system, is stepping down from his post.


The robotics team, which Rubin took over less than a year ago, is to be led by James Kuffner, a Google research scientist, when Rubin leaves, a Google spokesman told The Wall Street Journal , which first reported the executive shuffle Thursday. Rubin left his leadership role with Android in March 2013. Google acquired Android in 2005.



Up next for Rubin: Creating an incubator for startups in the technology-hardware field, the Journal reported. Read more...


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