“Earlier this morning, I got a chance to catch up with Dr. Sanjay Jha, co-CEO of Motorola, soon after his company reported earnings (they met Wall Streets modest expectations) to talk about everything from the state of the mobile market to prospects for Motorola. I will write all that up in a longer post, but there was one part of the conversation that stuck with me as it was very telling about the momentum around Googles Android and the detrimental impact its having on Microsofts Windows Mobile.As part of our conversation, Dr. Jha stressed that handset makers need to pick a single smartphone OS and devote resources to it in order to win. He pointed to Nokia and Symbian, Apple and its iPhone OS and RIMs BlackBerry OS. He used that logic to justify why his company was betting the farm on Googles Android. Why? Because its the best option for the company right now. “ Read more here:
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