Google looks to Motor over Android profitsJun 03, 2013, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
You can tell how much Google cares about its Android "partners" by the price Motorola plans to charge for its smartphones.
The head of the mobile-phone company now owned by the search heavyweight laid out an aggressive pricing strategy for the firm's future devices when speaking at the All Things D conference last week.
Dennis Woodside said that, thanks to Motorola's small smartphone market share, he can "attack" the market in ways that giant companies with giant gross profit margins can't.
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