In the short time that Google has owned Motorola, Dennis Woodside has been the one behind the wheel. It was under his supervision that the Moto X and Moto G, two very innovative and fantastic devices, were created. In interviews, he divulged plans for even more customizable hardware and a $50 Android smartphone, pushing Motorola ... Read More »
Tagged #Dennis Woodside
Following Samsung’s announcement of its Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event on Feb. 24, Motorola has revealed that it, too, will be throwing an MWC 2014 shindig. The company has sent out invitations for an event that’s taking place on Tuesday, Feb. 25, in Barcelona.
Motorola didn’t share many ... Read More »
Motorola has been tearing it up lately. The Moto X was the first big revolution in the smartphone industry in quite a while, with a very basic approach to software, minor modifications to AOSP to add incredibly useful and unique features and a fully-customizable chassis that you could make your own. The Moto G was ... Read More »
Most Tweeted This Week
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside dropped a bombshell during his interview at the AllThingsD conference: The Motorola X Phone is real. It’s going to be called the Moto X, it will be the first smartphone to be assembled in the US, and it could be available as soon as this summer.
While specific details ... Read More »
“The new Motorola starts today,” the phone maker’s chief executive, Dennis Woodside, said Wednesday at a press event with Google and Verizon. “If you want the best Android device available, you should be looking at a Motorola device.”
By now you have probably read about Motorola’s new devices that were announced today, but I bet ... Read More »
With the Motorola Mobility acquisition tucked away in Google’s pocket, changes that should help Motorola regain its foothold in the mobile industry are starting to take place. The New York Times is reporting that Motorola will start by trimming its global workforce by 20 percent, resulting in the termination of nearly 4,000 employees. The ... Read More »
Mobile World Congress is chock full of device announcements and product details, but as with any trade show, the most interesting news always comes from the CEOs and Vice President-types behind the biggest names in the industry. Google’s Andy Rubin sat down with reporters at MWC this year, the topic of the day being Google’s ... Read More »
Sounds like our man Sanjay Jha is out. Bloomberg News is reporting that Google will announce Dennis Woodside as the new CEO of Motorola Mobility. Three people familiar with the matter confirmed the news with Bloomberg.