Google Failed at Smartphones. Can It Really Build Smart Homes and Robots?By
On the face of it, operating an existing cell phone company should be easier than creating and maintaining computerized eyeglasses, robots, and Internet-connected home appliances. Now that Google has admitted failure in the phone business by selling Motorola to Lenovo for about $3 billion, how credible are its chances to pull off its much more ambitious aspirations in hardware?
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