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Speaking at a conference at Stanford University, David Lawee, Google's vice president of corporate development, praised Android, labeling it at the company's "best deal ever" despite having some initial personal doubts. Flash back to 2005, and Andy Rubin was in charge of a tiny little start-up named Android, which was quietly acquired by Google for an estimated $50 million. Ad revenue from Android devices is already making Google $1 billion per year, and CEO Eric Schmidt has gone on record saying it could eventually pull in $10 billion per year. [VentureBeat]

 
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i see android with google sercives... If wasnt google phones it wouldnt be as big as is today