We don’t quite know what it means, but Google has put up a new statue. Unlike the others, which are situated outside of Building 44, this one is in Building 45 across the street. And despite not knowing what it means, I don’t think we have to. Just sit back and enjoy the good looks of that metal monster.
Short history of mankind: Meaning of scrolls? Meaning of the Pyramids? Meaning of the tea leaves? Meaning of an Android Icon! Maybe it means an extra-terrestrial visit of Android Aliens from Andromeda. Hey, isn't another asteriod coming at the end of this year. Maybe more space spooks hiding in there.
It's made of industrial metal, with the bolts and everything. Possibly related to security? Hardening against malware?
CallChrisNow If it's corporate, I'm going there, taking measurements, and custom tailoring him a nice formal suit.
That's interesting. The next iteration of Android is supposed to be Key Lime Pie right? So it can't be that Maybe something to do with making a new device, perhaps?
CallChrisNow If it were part of their naming scheme, it would be in line with the other statues across the street. This is probably something different. I think anyway.
CallChrisNow it might be shinier in person, and there is slight variations in colors of chrome
liszewskishanne Chromium is an element. it's a uniform color because there aren't any variations, Chromium is comprised of chromium and nothing else. "Chrome" refers to Chrome plating, wherein something is plated with a layer of Chromium. You're not going to see variations on that magnitude. Image search Chromium if you're curious.
liszewskishanne The only variation is really in a matté coating process, which comes out dull, not shiny.
CallChrisNow liszewskishanne The photo WAS taken by a GNex, so it could be pink for all we know :P but maybe it's something big with Chrome for Android... we really have no idea.
CallChrisNow liszewskishanne Hehehehehe no hate, no hate. I've wanted a GNex for a long time.