The Future of Googarola
The possibilities are endless. The hype is madness. The Googleverse engulfed the giant Motorola Mobility and the internet spun into a frenzy of fan boys and flame throwers. I myself am a fan of the merge but not all are on board. Some think Google is moving too far too fast and is too ambitious for their own good. Let's call them the resistors. I believe Google now has the ability to craft devices with strict specifications to improve Android's overall user experience. As an ex-Droid-turned-iPhone user, I can say that Android still has catching up to do in terms of usability, speed and organization.
Google can now compete directly with Apple as a self-contained software/hardware development company. Apple knows what specs. iOS needs to run smoothly and they design their devices to match perfectly. Google now has more control over their hardware research and development, so I expect some pretty big things in the next few years. Just think if the Droid X was a success instead of a lemon. We could be (read: are) on the fringe of the future with this acquisition. Great minds think alike so, between Google and Motorola, the greatest minds have come together and will spawn something of epic proportions. Maybe good, maybe bad, but epic none-the-less.
The resistors won't like hearing these ideas and they'll throw fire at anything positive as a result of the merger. Don't let them get in the way, Google. This is a perfect marriage of long-term experience and modern day imagination. Bring pipe dreams to reality by creating a product that breaks ground even apple trees are too weak to crack.
In the meantime, as news of Googarola spreads worldwide, prepare for continued debates, frustrations, flames and cheers as Google takes its first steps as a one-size-larger entity with potential to become a real-world Skynet. Google claims to be free of evil and I believe that. Please believe with me and break free from the resistors.