Google finally puts a full-stop at HTC deal

Report has proved that the big tech giant Google has finalized and acquisited the HTC company as its deal with the smartphone makers based in Taiwan has been signed, sealed and delivered.

Google’s hardware senior vice president, Rick Osterloh, made the announcement that the company has successfully closed its acquisition deal with HTC even as Google is welcoming talented team to work on even better and more innovative products in the years to come.

Rick Osterloh also stated,

These new colleagues bring decades of experience achieving a series of “firsts” particularly in the smartphone industry—including bringing to market the first 3G smartphone in 2005, the first touch-centric phone in 2007, and the first all-metal unibody phone in 2013. This is also the same team we’ve been working closely with on the development of the Pixel and Pixel 2.

As Google’s hardware business enters its third year, Google said it remains committed to building and investing for the long run.

Google also announced it is expanding its footprint in the Asia Pacific region.

“Taiwan is a key innovation and engineering hub for Google, and Taipei will now become the largest Google engineering site in APAC.”

Today, we start digging in with our new teammates, guided by the mission to create radically helpful experiences for people around the world, by combining the best of Google’s AI, software and hardware,” the company stated.

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