They plan to reduce the number of devices Motorola makes from the 27 it introduced last year down to just a few, and wants those devices to have super-long battery life, improved cameras, and possibly even new features such as voice recognition technology that can recognize people chatting in a room. Dugan is reportedly hiring metal scientists, acoustics engineers, and artificial intelligence experts, too.
They will try to have related to projects that are leaps, versus incremental steps
Among the hard problems that need solving in smartphones, Trappe says, is coming up with smoother ways to collect revenue from mobile apps. "That has been a big hard challenge for everyone," Trappe notes. "Apple has the app store and iTunes—those are instant moneymakers for Apple. But Google has not been able to replicate that."
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