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What Google won’t do with Motorola

What Google won’t do with Motorola

This week Motorola has finally officially been purchased by Google after being approved in all markets around the world - now what happens? You should know that neither Google nor Motorola have officially stated what their plans will be, so the following is of course merely speculation - as is every other report you're reading this week on this situation. That said, it's fairly clear what the possibilities are for Motorola and Google in the near future.

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Motorola DreamGallery is company’s answer to Google TV

Motorola DreamGallery is company’s answer to Google TV

Motorola isn't in the business of manufacturing TV sets. But it still wants what you to see one of its creations when you sit down in the living room. Introducing DreamGallery, a brand new operating system for Internet-connected TVs. It will assumedly work similar to Google TV in that Motorola will produce the software but it has to sweet-talk manufacturers into providing the hardware.

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Apple’s Tim Cook top-paid CEO in 2011 by a long shot

Apple’s Tim Cook top-paid CEO in 2011 by a long shot

It's been revealed by a Wall Street Journal report this week that Apple's CEO Tim Cook was the highest payed person in his position throughout 2011 in the USA. The amount of cash he actually received in annual salary from Apple was 90 cents, this along with his annual incentives equaled out to be just $180 cents. So where does the massive $378 million stack of cash come from, this $300 million more than the next highest paid CEO in the USA?

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Google mulls Motorola CEO switch

Google mulls Motorola CEO switch

According to sources speaking with Bloomberg this week, Google is close to deciding on switching out Motorola's current CEO Sanjay Jha for their own Dennis Woodside. This decision is reportedly not final, but would have Woodside as the favorite, he being part of Google's Ad Sales team until he left that job to oversee the Google merger with Motorola. Other persons up for the job were reportedly Motorola Mobility senior vice president Christy Wyatt and Chief Strategy Officer John Bucher.

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Motorola plans pared and polished Android range in 2012

Motorola plans pared and polished Android range in 2012

Motorola is hoping to reduce its portfolio of devices in 2012, the company's CEO has revealed, assuming it can persuade carriers that they don't want dozens of minor smartphone variations in a veneer of differentiation. The hope is that better use can be made of Motorola's marketing budget, Sanjay Jha told The Verge at CES 2012 today, avoiding the need to stage campaigns for multiple phones showing "incremental innovation." However, carrier demands may scupper the whole plan.

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Intel inks Motorola and Lenovo Atom smartphone & tablet deals

Intel inks Motorola and Lenovo Atom smartphone & tablet deals

Intel has detailed its push to get x86 processors inside next-gen smartphones, confirming deals with both Lenovo and Motorola Mobility to use its Atom Z2460 chip. Motorola will "deliver smartphones and tablets based on Intel's Atom processor to consumers and businesses," according to CEO Sanjay Jha, while Intel has already demonstrated its Lenovo Racer-A reference design to SlashGear earlier at CES.

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Why Are Mobile Device Ads So Bad?

Why Are Mobile Device Ads So Bad?

It has become fashionable to praise Apple's serene iPhone ads and rail against its competitors advertising, with Verizon Wireless’ obnoxious DROID and LTE ads drawing particular ire. In case you don’t watch any television or live outside the U.S., the Verizon Wireless ads include women battling cyborgs (this has to do with smartphones how, exactly?), people skydiving and firebombing cities with lightning balls (shouldn’t Homeland Security be intervening?), and unidentified objects slicing through cities (not an ad for a disaster movie, but a visual pun for the DROID RAZR). Meanwhile, Apple’s ads calmly explain the latest features and apps, sometimes with bold adjectives (“magical,” much?) but an even tone and methodical manner.

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