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Why Lenovo’s buyout of Motorola is bad for you

Why Lenovo’s buyout of Motorola is bad for you

Why Lenovo’s buyout of Motorola is bad for you
News from Hindustan Times:

Techilicious columnist Rajiv Makhni

Let me be clear from the start. I have nothing against Lenovo. I think it’s a great company – it’s the number one PC vendor in the world; it took on the IBM PC business and made it a better brand; it’s just bought out IBM’s server business and is taking it to great heights; it’s one of the few companies trying new things in the tablet market; and it’s a growing force in the smartphone business. I have great respect for the company and its business model. My problem lies with Google and what it’s doing with these knee-jerk reaction deals. Let me elaborate…

Why Google bought Motorola for $ 12.5 billion
Beats me! If this was a patent acquisition, then it was too expensive. There were better, cheaper ways to get the same. If this was to get a foothold into the smartphone hardware business, then it’s even stranger. Google was already doing a brilliant job with ‘…………… continues on Hindustan Times

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