Motorola takes wireless communications and entertainment to whole new level

August 2007
Caribbean Business;8/30/2007, Vol. 35 Issue 34, pS28
The article provides information on Motorola Inc., a communication and electronic company that was established in 1928 in Puerto Rico. According to José Antonio Flores, regional director for Central America and Caribbean Mobile Devices Business, the firm's innovations have introduced an icon of personal technology which has developed an integral part of daily communications and entertainment. He adds that the firm empowers consumers by making technology within their reach.


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