In Texas, a Google subsidiary (Motorola) is assembling cellphones that use the Google-owned Android operating system. That's right, friends: Google offers a consumer electronics product designed in California but not made in China.
Google's Oklahoma physical presence is growing. A Google executive is among the speakers at next week's Governor's Energy Conference in Tulsa. Prior to September 1998, Google existed only in the pure imagination of its co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
One user of the Google Liquid Gallery likened it to riding in Willie Wonka's glass elevator. For Google and its relationship to Oklahoma, things are moving up.