Google's hardware clients not upset by Motorola bid

09/1/2011 | Reuters

Cellphone makers told Reuters they are not concerned about Google's bid to buy Motorola, saying they do not view the deal as a threat to their own Android-based handsets. "Google is mainly trying to protect Android. Patents is what they are after," said HTC's Florian Seiche. Similarly, Sony Ericsson executive Nikolaus Scheurer said it was crucial to "protect the Android ecosystem."

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