SPOTLIGHT: Motorola: Hits come but every four years



Schaumburg, Ill.--There were surprisingly few occasions that Apple's iPhone entered the discussion at Motorola's Research Experience Day yesterday in Schaumburg, Ill. But, then again, there was no need to point to the obvious.

In his closing remarks, COO Greg Brown pointed to Motorola's Crystal Talk technology and use of haptics in the RAZR2, its intuitive Chinese character touch screen application Ming and its various video-based social networking applications as evidence of the handset maker's multifaceted approach to the handset market.

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