Apple fills new hardware team with ex-Google satellite execs
Friday, 21 April 2017 Apple has hired two people with intriguing backgrounds in the field of satellite technology: John Fenwick, the former head of Google's spacecraft business, and Michael Trela, the ex-lead of Google's satellite engineering group. Bloomberg reports the...
Apple's next big launch may be a literal one as the tech giant seemingly has an interest in internet-beaming satellites. The tech giant recently hired two executives who led space operations and satellite engineering at Google, according to "people familiar with the matter" speaking with Bloomberg....
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