Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Google CEO talks about his relationship with Apple

larry page El CEO de Google habla sobre su relaci├│n con Apple

He had no time to decide on its relationship with Apple, but this week the CEO of Google, Larry Page, has spoken again. We know that both companies are in talks to try to avoid legal battles over patents and more particularly with the Android operating system. In fact, Tim Cook (Apple CEO) came to sit face to face with Larry Page to resolve their differences.

Now, Larry Page has said that "everyone would like llevasen well." So clearly shown in an interview he had with Fortune magazine. Page wants to get away from the fighting and rivalries to focus on delivering good products to consumers. "Google is not engaged to see what the competition is doing, but to innovate to stand two or three steps ahead," said Page in the interview.

"What I'm trying to say is that we all would be great llevásemos better and that users would not have to suffer the consequences of the decisions made by other companies. That's the model I try to follow (with Google). We work very hard to make our products reach all places. That's our philosophy. I think sometimes we are allowed to do this, but others do not. "

You can read the full interview with Larry Page in Fortune .

More- The CEO of Apple and Google dialogue to avoid a legal battle

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