Google shifts focus to gadgets post Motorola sell-off
Google's decision to sell off Motorola is said to have opened lucrative avenues for the company, which will now be focusing on its latest projects and developing new gadgets.
The company had announced last week that it was selling its Motorola handset division to the Lenovo Group for nearly 3 billion dollars.
Jeff Kagan, an independent industry analyst said that selling off Motorola frees Google to focus on new areas of growth and they are focused on quite a few, the PC World reported.
Meanwhile, Google still holds Motorola patent portfolio, including current patent applications and invention disclosures.
(Posted on 03-02-2014)