Andy Rubin's Essential Smartphone Will Be Exclusive To Sprint
Sprint scores a major coup as it was chosen by Andy Rubin and his company to be the exclusive carrier of the Essential Phone.
Andy Rubin's Essential Faces Trademark Infringement Issues
Andy Rubin is facing a trademark infringement case after, Spigen, a smartphone case maker revealed that it owns the trademark for the "Essential" name.
Andy Rubin's Essential Is Eyeing A Google Glass Successor
Andy Rubin's Essential Products reportedly holds a patent for a pair of smart glasses that may come with augmented reality support.
Andy Rubin To Create Amazon Echo's Rival
Andy Rubin announced his company's version of the Amazon Echo and Google Home -- the Essential Home.
Andy Rubin Unveils Essential Phone, Should Apple And Samsung Worry?
Andy Rubin's Essential Phone is highly capable of battling it out with Apple and Samsung .
Android Co-founder's Mysterious Smartphone Could Be iPhone 8 And Galaxy S8's Nightmare
Andy Rubin and his startup is expected to unveil its secret smartphone in a few days but, this early, it's already giving Apple and Samsung goosebumps.
Android Creator Is Building AI Smartphone
Andy Rubin, former co-founder of Android, is starting new company and planning to build a new AI-equipped smartphone.
Former Android Chief Talks Future AI And Quantum Computing
Andy Rubin, former Android chief, gave a speech about the future of quantum computing used to power artificial intelligence systems.
The Father Of Android Is Looking To Make Phones Again
According to reports, Andy Rubin, the Father of Android himself, is interested in starting up a smartphone hardware company.
Android Was Meant to Be For Cameras Before Phones
Before becoming the biggest competitor to Apple, Android was meant for digital cameras. But once that industry fell, the focus had to be shifted to the next biggest thing, smartphones.
Andy Rubin, Android Leader, Replaced By Chrome Boss Sundar Pichai: What Now?
Andy Rubin, who built smartphone king Android, stepped down Thursday, being replaced by Chrome leader Sundar Pichai, making web wonder, why?