“At the time, Serlet offered a vague explanation for his decision, noting that he wanted to ‘focus less on products and more on science,’” Fiegerman reports. “He didn’t mention any specific plans at the time and has effectively dropped off the radar, until now.”
Fiegerman reports, “Business Insider has learned that Serlet has spent much of the time since his departure from Apple working with at least two other former Apple employees to launch a cloud computing startup in downtown Palo Alto called Upthere. The startup is still in stealth mode, so information about it is scarce, but we’ve uncovered a few details about the company through job postings, trademark requests, domain name registrations and tweets from employees.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Fred Mertz" for the heads up.]
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