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Google has announced that Andy Rubin will no longer be leading the Android team at Google and that Sundar Pichai will be taking his position and it appears the move was voluntary.
Andy Rubin, the head of Android, has said Google has "no plans" to open Google retail stores; an odd decision when Apple's stores are generating more money per square foot than Tiffany & Co.'s.
According to a recent tweet by Andy Rubin, Senior VP of Mobile at Google and Android founder, there are currently over 500,000 Android devices activated every day. Not only that, but this figure is growing...