Google likely re-entering health IT market with Motorola Mobility buy

Pundits continue to scratch their heads trying to figure out Google's primary aim in purchasing Motorola Mobility last week for $12 billion. Despite the debacle of closing Google Health, bloggers and journalists alike are abuzz with the idea that Google is trying to crowbar its way back into the growing mHealth market. Some are even suggesting the Motorola acquisition may be Google's ticket to actual enterprise-wide mobile customers. It seems likely, despite Google's coy stance on the issue thus far. Article

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