Since working for both Google and Apple is starting to look odd, Google CEO Eric Schmidt recently ditched his gig on the board at Apple. Being on the board since 2006, Schmidt thought it best to excuse himself, especially now as Google "develops products that compete with Apple's core businesses, including the popular iPhone." So, yeah, that's a wise move. Other noted members of Apple's board, according to CBS 5/AP, include "former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, Genentech chairman Arthur D. Levinson and Andrea Jung, the chairwoman and CEO of Avon Products." Levinson, by thew way, serves on Google's board. No word as to whether or not he will step down soon.