Android: Google's Billion-Dollar Moneymaker

Martin, Scott
September 2008
Red Herring;9/26/2008, p1
Trade Publication
The article reveals that Google's Android mobile operating system is expected to haul in roughly $1 billion in advertising revenue for the search king by 2010, according to Jeffries & Company analyst Youssef Squali. Android is the Linux-based operating system that is expected to have a global market reach of 890 million subscribers. Squali said Android should become a viable platform with Google a primary beneficiary. Meanwhile, T-Mobile pulled back the curtain on the first Android-based phone.


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