Zebra Buying Motorola Business For $3.45B

The acquisition would broaden the bar-code company’s logistics capabilities and create or expand its footprint in more than 100 countries. via Zebra Buying Motorola Business For $3.45B.

Google to keep Motorola’s Advanced Technology group, including Project Ara modular phone | The Verge

Google to keep Motorola's Advanced Technology group, including Project Ara modular phone | The Verge.

Did Google Really Lose on Its Original Motorola Deal? | NYTimes.com

Did Google Really Lose on Its Original Motorola Deal? – NYTimes.com.

Google Selling Motorola at Multibillion-Dollar Loss | Wired.com

Google Selling Motorola at Multibillion-Dollar Loss | Gadget Lab | Wired.com.

Google’s Sale of Motorola Could Help Samsung | NYTimes.com

Google's Sale of Motorola Could Help Samsung – NYTimes.com.

Google Ends Its Motorola Misadventure | Businessweek

Google (GOOG) says it is selling its Motorola handset business to the Chinese computer maker Lenovo (992:HK) for around $2.91 billion. In May 2012, Page, then the newly installed chief executive of Google, acquired the storied handset maker Motorola Mobility … Continue reading

Motorola CEO Talks About Global Vision

Motorola CEO Talks About Global Vision.

Testing the Unanticipated: How Instrumental Brings AI to Quality Inspection | Design News

There is a lot of talk of applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to manufacturing. But the big question is still: How can AI actually lead to better manufacturing outcomes? For Palo Alto, CA-based Instrumental the best opportunity lies in … Continue reading

Another Huawei Scandal, Another Denial | Light Reading

Despite a long-running campaign, the US has never been able to prove that China’s Huawei creates network vulnerabilities. But Huawei has been credibly accused of many other things. So many, in fact, that we can break them into categories. The … Continue reading

Surprise! Huawei Can Actually Innovate—and Win Fans | WIRED

Huawei doesn’t leap to mind as an innovative company. In the US, the Chinese telecom giant is best known for the government’s national security concerns—and allegations that it stole intellectual property from companies like Cisco and Motorola. Yet Huawei was … Continue reading