I guess you'll get sick yourself with all that SMOG in Beijing.
artyshat, 26 Jan 2017"one of the top tech companies in the world" that sells officially only in Asia, funny...Hehehe...
"one of the top tech companies in the world" that sells officially only in Asia, funny...
So much for the family time and personal life bullahittt from Barra. Money is money. Better go there where you get the most.
"Barra clarified in his post that ever since he took up the position three and a half years ago, the work took a huge toll on his life and affected his personal health. He also misses his friends and family back home in Silicon Valley. As such, he took the decision of leaving the company and head back to Silicon Valley." Hah! Yeah right. More like "FB is willing to pay me more so yep, better head that way"
Well that was a quick jump from leaving Xiaomi to joining Oculus. Nice selfie (I like how they did Mark's hair). By the way isn't the selfie AR and not VR, since the background seems like it was taken from real-life?!
He is so smart. He's using all his creativeness and intelligence to make more money. Practicality!
Anonymous, 26 Jan 2017So, Hugo Barra will be responsible for the next Gear VR? Lol. It will make Xiaomi Fanboy feel very upset LOL
Nice try Mark , But official Jarvis is totally different from yours. please do not compare.
But well Tried!
May be in future your Jarvis is much better than official Jarvis of Tony Stark............ :-)
I Hope .............
Everyone leaves or joins for money. People do hardwork for mony. But when you leave a company it is not good to say " I asked more salary but they declined" or " this firm is falling" so better to say I was feeling homesick etc. Many people leave organizations but no one cares. He is a social figure so he had to say something.
Well that's an odd move... :DD
Though I bet he had his motives doing it... therefore G-luck in the new company! :)
Says he was homesick for Silicon Valley, but I think there must have been a falling out with Xiaomi management - given his comments a few months ago that Xiaomi doesn't make any money from sales of its phones - not a very PC thing to say. I can't imagine his management liking that.