Motorola Mobility is an American mobile device manufacturer headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. The company was formed on January 4, 2011 by the split of Motorola Inc. into two separate companies; Motorola Mobility took on the company's consumer-oriented product lines, including its mobile phone business and its cable modems and set-top boxes for digital cable and satellite television services, while Motorola Solutions retained the company's enterprise-oriented product lines.
Motorola created the mobile communications industry. We invented most of the protocols and technologies that make mobile communications possible, including the first mobile phone, the first base station, and most everything in between.
Today, we are combining that pioneering spirit with a renewed commitment to consumers. That’s why our phones run on Android, the world's most popular operating system. Android brings the openness that shaped the Internet to the mobile world. That’s also why we are dedicated to bringing consumers around the world great value through devices that don’t compromise on quality, experiences or style.
For the past 80 years, our engineers have thrived on invention and on finding new ways to solve problems. We continue to look for new opportunities to change people’s lives for the better through the magic of mobility.
Motorola Mobility LLC. Postings
Jan 22, 2002 | Motorola offers manufacturers an additional tool to improve operating efficiency with the introduction of Manufacturing Balance at the APEX trade show this week in San Diego, California. This best-in-class production optimization tool, introduced by Motorola's Global Software Group, will determine the optimum build plan for an entire factory with unmatched speed and accuracy. Production is optimized by grouping similar products and then assigning them to the most capable lines in a manufacturing facility.
Dec 03, 2001 | Motorola to Preview Next-Generation 0.10 micron CMOS Technology and New Gate Dielectric Material at World's Leading Semiconductor Device Conference
Nov 16, 2001 | Motorola's chairman of the board and chief executive, Chris Galvin, hinted this week that the company might consider the sale of its struggling semiconductor business once that unit returned to profitability.
Mar 28, 2001 | Motorola has invented and demonstrated a new display mechanism for color reflective liquid crystal displays (RLCD), the type of display commonly found in portable electronic products such as cell phones and PDAs.