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Motorola’s Next Phone Will Be Made by the Wind

Motorola’s Next Phone Will Be Made by the Wind

Motorola’s Next Phone Will Be Made by the Wind
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Motorola wants a little wind beneath its wings.

The American telecommunications giant, along with over a dozen other companies including Bloomberg, the World Wildlife Fund and LEGO, has teamed up with Belgian non-profit WindMade and pledged to procure at least 25 percent of its power from wind energy.

“It is Motorola Mobility’s intent through our participation in the WindMade initiative to encourage greater use of renewable energy sources like wind and solar around the globe,” said Bill Olson, director for the office of sustainability and stewardship at Motorola Mobility.

The nonprofit consortium on Friday, Nov.18, released its new label — something Motorola and pals should be proud to display on their products. The group wants consumers to consider it certified proof that a percentage of the energy behind the production of a product came from wind power.

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Motorola Razr Android phone launched in India
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New Delhi, Nov 22 (TruthDive): In the race of Smartphone launch, Mobile handset manufacturer Motorola launched a slimmer version of its best-selling Smartphone, “Razr” in India on Monday.

The latest version of the Android 2.3 ( Gingerbread) device is equipped with a 4.3-inch super AMOLED display, scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass screen, 1 GB RAM and a dual-core 1.2GHz processor. It also has a front-facing 720p HD video camera and 8-megapixel rear-facing camera. The handset i…………… continues on TruthDive

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