The purchase of Motorola Mobility by Google has excited some technophiles and alarmed others. The first point of concern, at least from the customer's perspective, is whether or not Motorola's Android smart-phone platform would become the exclusive domain of Google customers. The acquisition certainly puts Android operating systems on better footing as they compete against Apple's iPhone, and with Google's capital resources, more money is sure to pour into Android technology.
Motorola, it has been noted, is the maker of cable boxes for Time-Warner. Just as Microsoft and Internet Explorer have been conjoined for so long, experts wonder if Time-Warner cable boxes might not soon be made with Google TV software pre-installed. So far, this is only speculation, but the opportunity is certainly there for such a scenario to present itself. If Google can compete (in terms of quality and pricing) with existing cable providers, customers would only benefits.
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