Google Love Triangle? Here's the Chick Sergey Brin Left His Wife For

Google Love Triangle? Here's the Chick Sergey Brin Left His Wife For

Love is in the air over at Google, and hearts are breaking quicker than you can say "OK, Glass."

Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder and wearer of Glass, has just announced he is leaving his wife of six years, Anne Wojcicki. At the same time, Android Vice President Hugo Barra announced he's leaving Google to work with Xiaomi, an Android phone developer in China. The funny thing, though, is that Barra's (just recently) former girlfriend, Amanda Rosenberg, is now dating Brin, and speculation is leading to Rosenberg and Brin's relationship being the reason Barra is leaving. Tsk tsk tsk. Rosenberg, a 26-year-old who has been with Google for more than five years, is known for being the person who came up with Google Glass' activation phrase, "OK, Glass." Her LinkedIn profile has her title has Google Glass "marketing manager."

In a blog post from Feb. 2012, the beauty dishes out some advice about moving from London to Silicon Valley: “GO, go out, introduce yourself and have awkward conversations, because it’s better than no conversations (and much better than conversations between you and the TV, trust me). Then, someone will buy you a drink and the conversation will be less awkward and they’ll introduce you to their friend who will introduce you to another drink and suddenly you’re making friends.”

Rosenberg even made a Google Glass reaction video, which you can check out below.

[via Business Insider]

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