If anyone has any questions as to Google’s plans for the mobile space, it appears they’ll find some answers. According to a press release, Google will hold a March 15 “educational webcast for investors, financial analysts and members of the press, focusing on Google’s mobile business.”
Google is no longer hiding its intentions regarding mobile. With the recent release of its Nexus One, which runs on the company’s own mobile platform, as well as the purchase of AdMob and numerous mobile content businesses, few deny that Google has become a legitimate player in the wireless industry.
Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO, recently presented a keynote at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Schmidt covered all aspects of mobile, ranging from wireless broadband access to emerging forms of content. He said that Android is now shipping on some 60,000 devices per day.
Check back with Wireless Week for coverage and analysis of the March 15 event.