Google Buys Motorola For $12.5 Billion

Google announced today that it is buying cell phone maker Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion.  Maybe it’s time consider switching to Android.

According to multiple reports, it’s by far Google’s biggest acquisition and a sign that it is seriously setting agenda in the mobile market.

As known, Google makes the Android mobile operating system which competes with iPhones, BlackBerrys and Windows-based systems. The move into hardware set, will definitely turn Google into a full-fledged cellphone manufacturer in direct competition with Apple.

Game will change. We just wait and see.

Read full story at New York Times.


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