Google unleashed a treasure trove of information in its trial with Oracle today.
Included in that was a presentation Android chief Andy Rubin made in 2010, in which Google projected revenue of about $280 million that year off its Android division.
...and finally, the meat of the presentation. It looks like Google revised its forecast revenue for Android down after a weaker first couple of months in 2010.
Here's everything that was planned for 2010. Gingerbread, the next big release, was right around the corner.
Even Google expected to only have a small number of paid applications. A drop in the bucket compared to advertisements.
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