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Motorola launched a salvo of mobile devices Wednesday at its press event at the Consumer Electronics show, including a new tablet device running Android 3.0, aka "Honeycomb." The launch comes a day after Motorola Mobility split into its own company, a move that the market reacted favorably toward Tuesday. In addition to the tablet, named the "Xoom," Motorola launched the Cliq 2 and Droid Bionic handsets, as well as the Atrix, which Motorola called the most powerful smartphone on the market.
who would knew that "linux on the desktop" would come from smartphones.
Big "M" is resilient. They focused on their core strength to, once again, become a premier technology player.
It's too bad that their top heavy (tech-clueless) management style; will, once again, doom them to losing what ever ground they have gained.