Zebra Technologies has reportedly snapped up Motorola Solutions' enterprise unit for $3.5 billion in cash.
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Following the announcement, Motorola and LG announced they would begin selling smartwatch devices that will be powered by the Google technology.
Good Technology is rounding out its corporate leadership with a trio of new execs from other Silicon Valley heavyweights.
Christy Wyatt takes over as Good Technology CEO. She held positions at Citi, Motorola Mobility and Apple.
Motorola has confirmed that Webtop, technology that allowed some of its Android smartphones to be docked to a PC, notebook or TV hub, is dead. Cause of death listed is weak adoption, but cost cuts are also likely to be a reason.
Focused on small retailers and merchants, GoPago has created a free turnkey point-of-sale system that combines technology from Verizon Wireless and Motorola. SMBs pay only the transaction fee.
Companies such as Cisco and Singapore Internet Exchange share their journeys in switching to new protocol but the effort and costs committed represents major reason why others avoid making the move.
The US$1.5 billion subsea cable project first to link Brazil, Russia, India and China together, and is expected to be operational by 2014 pending investors buy-in, report states.
China and Japan leading region in migrating to new protocol while India and South Korea lagging behind, with user mentality and service availability main reasons for slow uptake, observers note.
More of country's small and midsize businesses in rural areas jumping on broadband bandwagon to promote their products and better compete in global marketplace, according to report.
State-owned telco BSNL to set up telecommunication links including Internet in all Indian villages to bring e-services to rural, far-flung areas, report says.
Company launches TGN-Gulf cable system linking Middle Eastern states such as United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia to India, marking completion of US$800 million global fiber optic cable system, CEO reveals.
Singapore carrier transferring 500 positions to contractor tasked to operate and maintain its copper network and services, in move to cut costs, says company.
Today's data-intensive network world means operators need to adopt service-first attitude toward assessing network functions and differentiating service offerings, say insiders, who add MPLS still plays key role.
India's telecom department says will need longer than four-month deadline to complete resale of 2G licenses, after Supreme Court revoked 122 permits allotted since 2008 amid graft allegations.
Apple has filed a suit in San Diego federal court accusing Motorola of breaching its licensing agreement with Qualcomm over a chip used in the iPhone 4S.The Californian company's latest filing revolves around technology found in the iPhone 4S's MDM6610 baseband chip, which is made by Qualcomm and contains technology licensed from Motorola.
Networking giant sees better-than-expected second quarter earnings, and analyst expects investments in low-cost markets such as India to propel Cisco's continued push into high-growth cloud business.
ZDNet Asia talks to ICT regulator, market players to discuss what Singapore needs to do to drive adoption of national broadband network and resolve enterprise deployment issues.
Next iteration of Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ac, promises faster speed and higher data transfer rate but will complement, not eliminate, wired Internet connections, analysts note.
Compelling and affordable services and near-ubiquitous network coverage more important than price to entice consumers in emerging markets to switch to low-end 3G handsets, observers say.
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