“You have to work with people who make you feel insecure. Because they push you to work better. It is part of inherent learning”
Things like WhatsApp are a great example of success that others have had on Android, which we see as welcome innovation on the platform.
The right moral compass is trying hard to think about what customers want.
The core of what Google is about is bringing information to people.
When Larry and Sergey founded Google Search, one of the things that struck me is that it was available for everyone to use. We deeply desire our services to work for everyone. And that inherently means we have to work with partners. That is the thesis underlying everything we do
Computing is evolving beyond phones, and people are using it in context across many scenarios, be it in their television, be it in their car, be it something they wear on their wrist or even something much more immersive.
Good companies do whatever it takes to make sure apps are great and don’t hesitate to add features.
There are many powerful men and women in mobile. I’m fortunate to be part of that group. By no means do I think I’m the most powerful person.
If you step back and take a holistic look, I think any reasonable person would say Android is innovating at a pretty fast pace and getting it to users.
Being ‘insecure’ is an inherent part of learning. Work with people who make you feel insecure, don’t get comfortable.
What strikes me every single time is that the aspirations of Indians are unique and unparalleled. They’re very demanding, regardless of background.