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After going through a nine months of battle with the law and lots of other issues, Google has successfully closed the deal of the Motorola Mobility today. Google’s CEO Larry page has officially made the announcement through the Google blog today also mentioning that CEO of the Motorola company Sanjay Jha‘s replacement by Google’s Dennis Woodside.
“I’m excited to announce today that our Motorola Mobility deal has closed. Motorola is a great American tech company that has driven the mobile revolution, with a track record of over 80 years of innovation, including the creation of the first cell phone,” Google CEO Larry Page stated in the blog post, “Sanjay Jha, who was responsible for building the company and placing that big bet on Android, has stepped down as CEO. I would like to thank him for his efforts and am tremendously pleased that he will be working to ensure a smooth transition as long-time Googler Dennis Woodside takes over as CEO of Motorola Mobility.”
It’s still not sure what Google plans to do with Motorola and we can only hope for maybe a Googarola smartphone in the future. Lets see what Google would do with this new achievement.
[Via: We’ve acquired Motorola Mobility Google-Blog]
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