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Motorola says Google didn’t have any influence on Moto X or G

28
Feb
2014

In a session at MWC 2014, three Motorola exec including senior vice president of Software Engineering Steve Horowitz, senior vice president of Supply Chain and Operations Mark Randall and product manager Rick Austenwell revealed that Google did not actually have any influence on Motorola products since the Search giant acquired the company, V3 reports. According to them, Google “rarely got involved with its product development or innovation efforts,” further reinforcing the idea that Google didn’t give Motorola special preference. “Google wanted us to be successful but never needed us to,” Horowitz said. “I wish we had a special relationship with the Android team but before meetings I waited in the lobby like everyone else. We got treated like any other

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