Android co-founder Andy Rubin teases first smartphone from new company
c78bih8uwaa8mz9.jpg (Image: Andy Rubin/Twitter). Android co-founder Andy Rubin teased what could be the first smartphone to launch out of his new hardware startup called Essential. ANDROID SECURITY. Google has an Android security problem.
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