David Lowe called the purchase of Android the best deal Google
David Loey, vice president of corporate development at Google, called the purchase of Android, Inc., a startup founded by Andy Rubin, the best Google deal (“best deal ever”).
Lowey stated this at the 16th annual Stanford Accel Symposium, a conference organized by Stanford University and venture capital firm Accel Partners.
Google acquired Android in 2005 at an undisclosed price, estimated at $ 50 million. ')
"I saw this guy in my building for two years walking with a dog, and I just hoped that this guy was doing something," said Louie about Rubin. Despite Louie's initial skepticism, Rubin remained at Google, leading the development of Android as an open source operating system. Now Android is one of the most popular mobile platforms in the world, which successfully competes with other mobile operating systems.