Video: Google CEO talks Android, Gingerbread, and Chrome OS

Article copyright 2010 JR Raphael. All rights reserved.

Eric Schmidt Android Gingerbread

Google's given us a slew of new info to digest this week. While we won't be chewing on Gingerbread just yet, we at least have some fresh appetizers to hold us over.

The latest clues come courtesy of Google CEO Eric Schmidt, who took the stage at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco last night. Schmidt revealed the most specific timeline we've heard for Android Gingerbread so far -- and also dropped a handful of other interesting details about Google's plans for the future of mobile technology.

You can read the Android-specific highlights here -- or if you've got the time, you can now watch Schmidt's entire 45-minute session for yourself.

The unedited video is below.

[UPDATE (12/6/10): Gingerbread is here. Click over to our complete Gingerbread FAQ for everything there is to know.]

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Article copyright 2010 JR Raphael. All rights reserved.

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