DOJ sends second request for Google/Motorola info
2. StupidAmericanGov (unregistered) posted on 29 Sep 2011, 13:37 0 0
So they will look more into this and waste time, they will slow down the AT&T/T-mo deal because of its effects on the competition, but yet they will also actually LISTEN to Apple trying to STOP and BLOCK Samsung products? That is the biggest hit to "competition" of them all. They should obviously go after Apple for trying to ruin competition via lawsuits.
3. remixfa posted on 29 Sep 2011, 13:43 0 0
as long as its legal, they cant touch apple, they can only deny request after request. If apple wants to spend its money making its lawyers rich, it can do so, but until they have a valid claim about detailed patent infringements and not whiney "his icons look like my icons" crap, the DoJ should ignore their requests.
4. darth8ball posted on 29 Sep 2011, 13:46 0 0
Oh my goodness Google would have to be braindead to want to limit it's Android ecosystem to the Motorola brand. To have an OS thrive the more OEM's that carry it the better for the ecosystem. This is a purchase of patents by buying an entire division of a corporation for a huge sum of money and that is why the DOJ wants to take a close look the deal
5. jogutier posted on 29 Sep 2011, 15:01 0 0
Just because Crapple is only available thru it's on brand, doesn't mean that Android will only be available thru Moto. Samsung and HTC are big players with Android and will continue to be for a long time. It might be possible that in the far future will probably want to be its own company and brand, but that's going to be a VERY long time.
6. networkdood posted on 29 Sep 2011, 19:53 0 0
Google wants Android on as many manufacturer's phones as possible. It is based on Linux, OPEN-SOURCE.....
7. lubba posted on 30 Sep 2011, 00:30 0 0
YES!!!! I hope the acquisition happens and Google makes Motorola their premier Android provider. Because they will be a giant that will fall HARD. Motorola is a losing company for how many years now. Their products are not spectacular compared to other oems like Samsung or HTC. Samsung appears to already weaning little by little off Android and looking for independency.