Sundar Pichai

Pichai Sundararajan, better known as Sundar Pichai, is an Indian-born, naturalized American, senior vice president at Google, where he oversees Android, Chrome and Google Apps. He received his Bachelors in Technology from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and was awarded an Institute Silver Medal. He holds an M.S. from Stanford University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was named a Siebel Scholar and a Palmer Scholar.Pichai worked in engineering and product management at Applied Materials and in management consulting at McKinsey & Company.
Posts about Sundar Pichai
  • An Entirely Different Direction For Google Glass?

    …, Chrome and Apps, and since Sundar Pichai, the executive responsible for those platforms, will be joining Magic Leap’s board, proprietary technology like Magic Leap’s could take Google Glass to a whole new level. The marrying of these technologies could pave the way for a true augmented reality experience as opposed to Glass’ current “projector”- like…

    Daniel Cristo/ Marketing Landin Google Facebook YouTube- 16 readers -
  • Has Sundar Pichai Just Become Google’s Tim Cook?

    … Late last week Re/Code broke the news that Sundar Pichai, who had been in charge of Chrome and Android, would now be running most of Google’s important product lines (search, ads, Chrome, Android, commerce, maps, Google+). With the significant exceptions of YouTube, Google X, Nest and a couple other areas, the executives in charge of Google’s…

    Greg Sterling/ Marketing Landin Google YouTube- 7 readers -
  • An inbox that works for you

    …. Gmail’s still there for you, but Inbox is something new. It’s a better way to get back to what matters, and we can’t wait to share it with you. Posted by Sundar Pichai, SVP, Android, Chrome & Apps …

    Emily Wood/ The Official Google Blog- 13 readers -
  • For the next five billion: Android One

    …, is the hardware itself. Even entry-level smartphones still remain out of reach for many (bear in mind that in some of these countries the average monthly income is around $250). Second, many people in these markets do not have access to the latest Android software and popular applications. Finally, even where 3G and 4G networks are available, not enough people…

    Emily Wood/ The Official Google Blogin Google- 5 readers -