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Under fire, Motorola fights back with wave of products
Written by Gizmo   
Thursday, 29 March 2007 12:36

Motorola is under a lot of pressure. On the product side, the company needs to find a snazzy new product to take the place of its hot-selling, but now old, Razr handset. On the management side, the company needs to appease Wall Street raider and major shareholder Carl Icahn, who is pushing for changes that will boost the company's stock price.

Read the full story at InformationWeek :

Motorola responded Tuesday by unleashing a flurry of products ranging from wireless handsets and mobile phone chargers to advanced base stations and enterprise digital assistants.

The MC35 Enterprise Digital Assistant combines cell phone and small computer features in a PDA-style form. The MC35 has GPS, Wi-Fi, push-to-talk calling, and Bluetooth capability, along with a digital camera and a bar-code reader.

The device, which operates with the GSM mobile phone standard, initially will be offered to AT&T's wireless business customers. "Built-in GPS and push-to-talk are two must-have capabilities for companies with employees in the field," said Jeff Bradley, VP of AT&T wireless business data services, in a statement.

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