Google (GOOG) roundup: 1) YouTube exec Robert Kyncl again hints a subscription service is on tap. Creating "additional revenue streams" for partners is "incredibly important," he says, while adding YouTube will experiment. 2) Motorola adviser/ex-Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki suggests future Motorola phones will allow users to customize hardware specs. 3) Eric Schmidt says Chrome OS and Android, now under common leadership, will remain separate, but could have more overlap. Schmidt also says he has no plans to leave Google, in spite of recent stock sales.