How Google’s Android Business Gets To $10 Billion In Annual Revenues


Google (NSDQ: GOOG) CEO Eric Schmidt did a little napkin math today to explain how it plans to earn $10 billion in annual revenues — or more — in mobile even though they are giving the Android operating system away for free. In an interview with the WSJ, he said it’s pretty easy. The goal is to get as many Android users as possible so that a large audience is using its ad-supported mobile products, like search and maps.

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