Regarding Essential: A letter from the Editor-in-Chief
Yesterday, I posted (and shared via Android Police's official Twitter account) that Android Police will no longer be accepting any access from Andy Rubin's startup Essential. That means no more press conferences, briefings, embargoes, or review devices. This came in light of Rubin's announcement of the company's new phone, apparently called GEM.
In the time between the announcement of the PH-1 over two years ago and yesterday's tease of GEM, a significant story about Rubin was published: The New York Times reported he was paid $90 million to leave Google because of a serious and, according to Google's own internal investigation, "credible" allegation that he coerced another Google employee into having sexual relations with him.Read More
Regarding Essential: A letter from the Editor-in-Chief was written by the awesome team at Android Police.