Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 22nd May 2012 14:12 UTC
Google Google CEO Larry Page: "It's a well known fact that people tend to overestimate the impact technology will have in the short term, but underestimate its significance in the longer term. Many users coming online today may never use a desktop machine, and the impact of that transition will be profound - as will the ability to just tap and pay with your phone. That's why it's a great time to be in the mobile business, and why I'm confident Dennis and the team at Motorola will be creating the next generation of mobile devices that will improve lives for years to come." Strong hint that the Motorola purchase isn't so much about current devices and patents as it is about acquiring the hardware know-how for the device form factors of the future.
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RE: My first phone was a Motorola
by Savior on Wed 23rd May 2012 05:43 UTC in reply to "My first phone was a Motorola"
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Well, the questions is, of course, if there will be any change in this regard. I surely hope so; I own a Defy, and while CM7 works kind of OK, I still get lower battery life than I got from the official Froyo release, even if the kernel is the same. A proper ICS release from Motorola (a.k.a. Google) would be very welcome.

As a side note, at least here in Hungary, T-Mobile puts vanilla Android on Defy; I don't even know what MotoBlur looks like.

Edited 2012-05-23 05:44 UTC

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