Google says it wont favoratize Motorola
Eric Schmidt, Chairman Google Inc., said that, the $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. may really cause some competition among the various tablet and smartphone manufacturers using Android Platform and the company won't play favorites with these partners.
He also mentioned that they are giving more priority on the Android ecosystem and are not going to change anything with Motorola which will affect the dynamics of the Industry, while answering in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s Erik Schatzker.
According to him 17,000 patents Google received from the deal with Motorola will “bulk up” its intellectual property as well as ending legal battles among competitors in the market.
Michael Gartenberg, of Research firm Gartner Inc., has mentioned the Scenario for other handset manufacturers using the Android platform as a “Nightmare scenario”. He also mentioned that the Motorola mobility may now get an earlier access to the newest technology from Android from other manufacturers who use Android as the platform for their Tablets as well as Smartphones.
Schmidt, is looking forward with Android to help the owners with the world’s most-popular search engine challenge as more users access the internet from mobile devices. Now Google can integrate its software with the hardware after the purchase of the Motorola Mobility.