Dieter Bohn leaves The Verge to join Google’s Platforms & Ecosystems team

Dieter Bohn, editor of The Verge, has announced his departure from the tech news site. Bohn will join Google’s Android and Chrome development teams. He previously co-founded Android Central and iMore before co-founding The Verge in 2011. The Verge’s Dieter Bohn is starting a new chapter in his career. Bohn announced his departure from the tech outlet he co-founded in 2011 in a lengthy op-ed published Friday.

Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google’s senior vice president overseeing Android, Chrome and Chrome OS, welcomed Bohn in response to his tweet announcing the move. Bohn was one of the founders of The Verge, which started over a decade ago. Before that, he spent five years as editor-in-chief of Smartphone Experts, according to his LinkedIn profile. He also founded several influential tech news sites, including Android Central and iMore. All in all, he has spent over 20 years in tech media, covering top Android phones and the smartphone industry as a whole. Bohn received her BA in English and Philosophy from the University of St. Thomas. He also had a doctorate. candidate in English at the University of Minnesota.

Bohn, who served as editor of The Verge for more than a decade, will take on a new role on Google’s Platforms and Ecosystems team. However, his exact responsibility remains unclear. He also revealed that he “hasn’t been involved in editorial decisions for some time.” “I’m heading to Google to work in the Platforms & Ecosystems team,” he wrote. “I’m excited to help shape the future of software platforms like Android and Chrome, and to continue to work at the intersection of technology and culture, but in a different way.” The team is responsible for the search giant’s work on Chrome and Android, so it’s a safe bet that Bohn will play a key role in shaping the future of these platforms.

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