In spite of promises to keep the unit at arm's length, Google (GOOG) wants to hold onto Motorola Mobility's (MMI) phone ops because it "wants to have its own iPhone business," sources tell BI. The goal isn't to create additional Nexus phones, but an integrated hardware, software, and services experience similar to Apple's (AAPL). Unsurprisingly, Android partners are "furious" over Google's plans. But given what's known about Larry Page, maybe they shouldn't be surprised.
In spite of promises to keep the unit at arm's length, Google (GOOG) wants to hold onto Motorola...
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