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As Dennis Woodside leaves for Dropbox, Lenovo is optimistic about Motorola’s prospects

Motorola’s CEO Dennis Woodside is taking a job at Dropbox. Meanwhile, Lenovo’s CEO says he is positive he can turn Motorola to profit within a few quarters.
by Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 13, 201416

Motorola CEO promises even cheaper devices and more customization for premium offerings

Dennis Woodside has now hinted about Motorola's future plans, suggesting they will continue to push pricing down even further with future budget devices. Beyond that, they will also ...
by Andrew GrushJanuary 22, 201431

Woodside: more Moto X customization, even cheaper Moto Gs, “stay tuned” for wearables, and Moto Maker tablets under c...

In an interview, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside revealed some of Motorola's plans for the future, talking about Moto X customization, Moto G prices, wearable devices and Moto Maker tablets.
by Chris SmithJanuary 14, 201440

Future (Moto?) smartphones: unbreakable plastic, speaking to the phone, and wearables

In an interview, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside talked about potential future smartphone features including unbreakable plastic, smarter voice-based assistants and better wearable solutions.
by Chris SmithDecember 13, 20139
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