You Tell Us: Can Android Save Motorola?
There’s been steady talk for many months now about how poor Motorola is doing as a company.Â Going from 23% worldwide market share down to 6% in 9 quarters has many thinking that we’re watching them die a slow death. What is going to keep them afloat?Â Innovative product design?Â A separation from Windows Mobile?
After committing to Android for their smart phone line up for the rest of 2009, Motorola believes Google and the Open Handset Alliance is the answer.Â The question we haveÂ is… Does anyone believe in Motorola any longer?Â Can Android save them?Â Will Android renew them much like WebOS has for Palm or are they too far gone?
Chime in with your thoughts below.Â We’d love to hear what you think!
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