Google for Work president Amit Singh announced today he will be leaving that gig to lead the business and operations for Google's recently formed VR unit.
Singh has been president of Google for Work for the past six years. His move over to Google's recently-launched VR unit may show that the company is becoming more serious about entering the virtual reality space. We should learn a lot more about Google's VR plans at its 2016 I/O developer conference next week. There's no word yet on who will replace Singh at Google for Work.
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