The Schaumburg company just released its new HC1, a helmet-like device that takes voice input and hand gestures to operate. Government and technical professionals can use the device to stay connected and mobile on the job. Continue reading here.
Schaumburg-based Motorola Mobility just launched the RhoMobile Suite, “…a true HTML5 cross-platform development framework that allows developers to write an application once and have it look and act the same on different mobile devices, regardless of the current operating system.” Continue reading here.
Original Post (1/26/12): After breaking away from Motorola Inc. in January 2011, the company saw a profitable full year. The company will not only keep its Schaumburg office, but it will be hiring and expanding to a Chicago office. Continue reading here.
Update (5/1/12): Motorola Solutions is looking to move into a somewhat iconic building on S. Michigan Ave. as its downtown site for roughly 100 workers. The building is known for its “Santa Fe” light up sign which Motorola is seeking to replace with its own. However, the sign will be consistent with the current one. Continue reading here.
Update (5/25/12): Motorola Solutions just signed a letter of intent to lease a floor at the Santa Fe Building on Michigan Ave. The company will also be changing the sign atop the building. Continue reading here.
The Libertyville-based cellphone manufacturing company has officially become part of Google as of today and is switching out CEOs. This article from Mashable explains the merger in more detail and highlights the reasons behind it in terms of Google’s future Android efforts. Continue reading here.
Motorola Solutions CEO Greg Brown speaks about the merger, patents, and brand as Google prepares to take over Motorola Solutions after the cellphone and set-top box company split from Motorola Inc. and reformed in January 2008. Continue reading here.