The creator of Android thinks the next big thing isn’t in mobile

AP   Andy Rubin, the “Father of Android,” announced on his 50th birthday in October 2014 that he was passing off the division and leaving Google.  “What am I going to do for the next 10 years of my life? Am I going to fight for one percent market share or am I going to make 10 more Androids?” Rubin said of his decision to leave. After taking a break to mow lawns, he joked, Rubin has returned to tech as a venture capitalist with a passion to look for the next frontier beyond the market-dominating Android operating system he created. Rubin created Playground Global, a new venture capital fund and hardware incubator that closed a $300 million round on Monday. Part of its mission is betting on the next big thing, “the thing beyond the mobile…


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