By Harry McCracken | Monday, August 15, 2011 at 3:53 pm
ZDNet’s Larry Dignan has six reasons why Google buying Motorola makes sense. Here’s one of ’em:
And Android boxes in Nokia and RIM. With Motorola, which has some enterprise credibility and Android innovations, Google can enter the enterprise easier. As a result, RIM increasingly looks like the odd man out. Nokia is already under fire as it waits for Windows Phone 7 to gain traction. RIM is betting on QNX as an operating system. Google is indicating that the wireless market is a two-platform race. And those two horses are going to be Android and iOS.