The following could be a fictitious conversation, as word on the street has it that Motorola could soon part ways with Microsoft when it comes to using Windows Mobile on their handsets. There is a very high possibility of that happening since Motorola will be laying off a huge number of people from their handset division, and they will also start working with Google a whole lot closer in terms of the Android platform.
Microsoft: Dear, is there anything bugging you? I believe we can talk things through right here and now.
Motorola: You know, I’ve been thinking about us, and how our tumultuous relationship has been over the years. What you told me was right – sometimes, when a relationship can no longer move forward, it starts to wither and die.
Microsoft: Look, we have both come this far having faced so many challenges, surely you aren’t going to throw in the towel?
Motorola: I’m sorry, but sometimes, not making a decision is actually making one. I’ve decided to take things into my own hands, and for the first time in many years, I’m actually happy.
Microsoft:It is another OS, isn’t it? Please tell me it isn’t Google Android.
Motorola sniffles for a bit, making her way out from the room but not before giving a look that speaks a thousand words to Microsoft, confirming his worst fears. Guess the Motorola MOTOSURF A3100 will probably be the last device from Motorola that is powered by Windows Mobile.