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Android co-founder Rich Miner heading up 'mysterious' Google education project

Android co-founder Rich Miner heading up 'mysterious' Google education project

Now, he is reportedly planning to return to Google proper and launch (via Fortune ) an education-focused company. Since 2009, Miner has served as a general partner for Google Ventures (now GV) from Boston. However, Miner has said that he doesn't "actually know exactly what we're building yet". Miner compared the move to the early days of Android when Google acquired it from his former employer, WildFire, noting that his vision will take years to materialize into "the next big thing".



Wimbledon 2016: Serena Williams to play Angelique Kerber in final

She's been stopped in three attempts: In New York at the 2015 U.S. Open, Roberta Vinci stunned Serena in the semifinals and this year, she was beaten by Kerber in the Australian Open final in January and by Garbine Muguruza in the French Open final last month.



Serena Williams wins Wimbledon, capturing 22nd Grand Slam title

There had been some thought that Williams was really stung by her loss to Vinci in NY, that it was too big a disappointment to push aside and lingered, somehow, when she followed with the setbacks against Kerber and Muguruza. Serena and Venus Williams will also play in the women's doubles final on Saturday. Kerber won the opening coin toss and elected to receive, as she had broken Williams five times to win the Australian Open final earlier this year.



Kevin Durant signed, sealed, delivered with Warriors

So, I just tried to focus on me but also realize the relationships that I had I still wanted those to be - I'm sure they won't be the same, but I still wanted to go out there and leave with some class and some dignity, but hopefully I did. On July 3, he was torn and made a decision to sleep on it, but he woke up at 7 a.m. and knew he wanted to be a Warrior. "I was shocked those four guys came to meet me a few days ago", he said.


Hamilton quickest, Rosberg 2nd, in crash-hit final practice

Hamilton quickest, Rosberg 2nd, in crash-hit final practice

Mercedes technical director Paddy Lowe said Rosberg, who was unable to take part, will have the data gathered by Hamilton's work in the session to help him with his vehicle set-up for Saturday's practice and qualifying. "I can't speak for Nico". That's why I say we now are in the best place. But Formula One's all-conquering team instead issued a final warning to both their drivers with Hamilton and Rosberg warned they could be fined - or worse banned - if they collide again.