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Mobile & Wireless

Motorola to go 'behind the firewall' in 2012

Monday 2 January 2012 | 15:02 CET | Author: Maarten van Vliet | Market Commentary
Motorola made the headlines last year largely due to Google's planned takeover of the handset maker. It was thought that the internet giant bought Motorola Mobility mainly for the patents, and to date Google's further plans with the company have remained hazy.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: 3LM / Apple / Google / HTC / McAfee / Microsoft / Motorola Mobility / Nokia / Research In Motion / Samsung
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Motorola can not make money using a free OS, but somehow you state that "RIM is in an awkward position". Everybody knows about the challenges RIM faced and faces, but at the end of the day RIM makes profit every quarter and Motorola doesn't, and had to be bought out. What exactly in this picture makes MOT remotely qualified to enter the enterprise market?
john weissmuller @ 2/1/2012 - 17:38


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