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Motorola Stirs Up Handset Business

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Apr 18, 2008, 7:59 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Following news of Motorola's plans to split itself into two separate companies, today Motorola reorganized the structure of its internal cell phone units. From now on, hardware and software teams working on the same platform will work side by side in the same unit, rather than separately. Since there was a lot of overlap, Motorola combined its mid- to high-tier phones and multimedia phones into one unit. It also promoted certain executives and gave them more direct control of their units in an attempt to help Motorola develop products more quickly and respond better to customer input.

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T Mobster

Apr 18, 2008, 1:24 PM

Well good it's about time...

I love Motorola but over the years they've made such nice pieces of crap. They look nice and work like crap. Customer input is #1. Motorola needs to fix the slow glitchy software. Give people the most for their money. Would it really kill you guys to match the technology in your phones with that of european and asian phones for a reasonable price? Even if that means retaining loyal lifetime cutomers? I have hope for motorola.
Spot on my friend.
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