It sounds as if nowadays is a more than pleased day for Motorola Mobility as they have been acquired by Google in the amount $12.5 billion, this occurs after the great loss that Google was in Q2 of nearly $36 million, now $40 per share for a total of $12.5 billion, Big G will make a partner dedicated to Moto Android.
Larry Page made the following expressions.
Motorla's Mobility Total Commitment to Android have created a natural fit for our two companies. Together, We Will create amazing user experience Entire That supercharge the Android ecosystem for the Benefit of Consumers, partners and developers . I look forward to welcoming to our family of Motorolans Googlers.
Motorola Mobility and total commitment to Android have created the perfect environment for both companies together could create unique experiences for the user to completely change the ecosystem of Android for the benefit of consumers, partners and developers.
Obviously this strengthens what is hardware and software, but what to do next? Google plans to continue offering the Android platform as an "open", obviously this is handled separately from what is already winning formula, and not merge with Android as such.
The following questions asked by partners of Android.
Peter Chou, CEO, HTC:
We welcome the news of today's Acquisition, Which Demonstrate That Google is deeply Committed to Defending Android, STI partners, and the Entire ecosystem.
Bert Nordberg, President & CEO, Sony Ericsson:
I welcome Google's Commitment to Android Defending and Its partners.
Jong-Seok Park, President & CEO, LG:
We welcome Google's Commitment to Android Defending and Its partners.