The Nexus is particularly important to Google because it is the company’s flagship smartphone…Google, and every other tech company, desperately wants to keep these sorts of details secret for competitive reasons until they’re ready to announce them. But, on the night of Sept. 20, Google wasn’t fighting the internet. It was up against a bartender, and Brian Katz, global investigations and intelligence manager at Google (according to his LinkedIn profile — “Google does not discuss the actions of its security team,” a representative says) was headed to the 500 Club.
Sounds ridiculously familiar. Google can’t help but copy Apple, can they?