Android Co-Founder Working on New, Secret Google Project


The project will focus on education.

Richard Miner, co-founder of Android, has a lot of long-term creative projects under his belt — he worked for years on the first Android device and helped create WildFire 25 years ago — now, he’s stepping down from his general partner position with Google Ventures to work on a new, unnamed project with very few details attached to it.

The new project will have something to do with education and Google, rather than Alphabet. Miner will remain on the boards for most of his Google Ventures companies and remain in New England rather than going to Silicon Valley even though most of his team will work from there.

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