Google CFO concedes Motorola phones need work

03/4/2013 | Verge, The

Google's chief financial officer last week conceded that its Motorola Mobility smartphone lineup needs work. Motorola had 18 months' worth of product in the pipeline when Google bought the company a year ago and the Razr phones released since then are "not really to the standards that what Google would say is 'wow' -- innovative, transformative," Patrick Pichette told an analyst conference. Google has also hired mobile consultant and author Guy Kawasaki as an adviser.

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