Andy Rubin

1963 - Today

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Andrew E. Rubin is an American computer programmer, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. Rubin founded Android Inc. in 2003, which was acquired by Google in 2005; Rubin served as a Google vice president for 9 years and led Google's efforts in creating and promoting the Android operating system for mobile phones and other devices during most of his tenure. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Andy Rubin has received more than 1,426,313 page views. His biography is available in 26 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 25 in 2019). Andy Rubin is the 129th most popular computer scientist, the 7,543rd most popular biography from United States (up from 7,820th in 2019) and the 77th most popular Computer Scientist.

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Among computer scientists, Andy Rubin ranks 129 out of 201Before him are Alan Shugart, Kathleen Antonelli, Michael Dertouzos, Phil Zimmermann, Shafi Goldwasser, and Richard E. Stearns. After him are Gary McKinnon, Anita Borg, Bill Joy, Charles P. Thacker, Randy Pausch, and Audrey Tang.

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Among people born in 1963, Andy Rubin ranks 294Before him are Jaime de Marichalar, Juan Ramón López Caro, Slobodan Živojinović, Bret Michaels, Richard Garfield, and Stefano Modena. After him are Dražen Ladić, Roy Dupuis, Anica Dobra, Fisher Stevens, Katja Riemann, and Ute Lemper.

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Among people born in United States, Andy Rubin ranks 7,543 out of 18,182Before him are Donald Regan (1918), Taboo (1975), Joe South (1940), Diane Warren (1956), Chad Everett (1937), and Bobby Unser (1934). After him are Jesse Williams (1981), Lil Pump (2000), Guy Madison (1922), Peggy Wood (1892), Joseph P. Kerwin (1932), and Ben Harper (1969).


Among computer scientists born in United States, Andy Rubin ranks 77Before him are Annie Easley (1933), Arthur Samuel (1901), Alan Shugart (1930), Phil Zimmermann (1954), Shafi Goldwasser (1958), and Richard E. Stearns (1936). After him are Anita Borg (1949), Bill Joy (1954), Charles P. Thacker (1943), Randy Pausch (1960), Jaron Lanier (1960), and Kevin Systrom (1983).