Motorola's nabbed a few engineers from both Apple and Adobe recently, and just what do you think they're working on? According to the whisper-mill, it's their own mobile platform. No-one seems to know whether it's for cellphones, tablets or both.
Whatever they're doing with 280 North, Motorola obviously feels some sort of kinship with Nokia. After all, they've both been through hard times—and only scraped by after adopting another company's OS. Motorola's director for European & MEA converged experiences told TechRadar that they "look at what's happening with Nokia and we did that on a smaller scale three years ago." Aww. Perhaps they should form a love-y support group where they hug one another and shake fists Cupertino's way? [InformationWeek via SlashGear and TechRadar]