Director of Google forbade cooperation with Motorola Android makers’




Google director Larry Page forbade Motorola to work with the team working on Android at Google together. Motorola wanted more marketing budget and better integration with technologies from Google, but the search giant got away empty-handed.

Director Page wanted to prevent manufacturers working with Android, such as Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC and Huawei would complain about close cooperation between the creators of Android and employees of Motorola. It appears from an article by pay site The Information.

Motorola wanted as a subsidiary of Google act as the ‘hardwaretak of the search giant and use of Google technologies such as voice recognition, which should be in the hardware intertwined. Presumably wanted Motorola thus making more commands available when the phone is in standby, the unit now only listens to ‘Ok Google Now. Had one of the most important features to be of Moto X, the Motorola smartphone in August last year came on the market in the United States and in stores starting next week the Dutch support for many more commands in natural language is .

The phone maker was allowed to work with include the teams behind YouTube and Google+, but they were not excited about a possible collaboration, because Motorola sells relatively few smartphones. Motorola also wanted to use the name of Google and a large marketing budget to spend to Samsung to crown the stabbing and driving. Sales

Google was mainly patents, concludes The Information based on anonymous sources within both companies. Google sells Motorola this year to the Chinese manufacturer Lenovo.


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