Vic Gundotra, the guy who created Google+, doesn't want to talk too much about it.
After more than a year of traveling — London, Montreal, Hawaii — and spending time with family, Gundotra announced Wednesday — on his Google+ page, of course — that he is returning to the tech world as CEO of AliveCor, a health startup that has received FDA approval to use smartphones and tablets to detect heart conditions.
He claims to have had no second thoughts about working in tech after leaving Google. He was just waiting to find a small team doing something worthwhile.
"Ever since I left Google, the offers have always come in pretty consistently, but it's pretty hard to get me excited to go do something," Gundotra says. AliveCor, while a big step removed from working on build
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