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Eric Chu Steps Away From Overseeing Android’s App Store, Jamie Rosenberg Expands Role

3 years agoTechnology : TechCrunch

There was more than meets the eye with this week’s rebranding of Android Market as Google Play. Accompanying the new name and look is a shift in how the store is being managed. Eric Chu, who has worked on the Android team for four-and-a-half years, is stepping away from overseeing Android’s app store and is exploring other options inside Google. Jamie Rosenberg, who has been a director of digital content for Android and was the public face for the Google Music launch, gets increased oversight for apps and games inside the store.
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