Motorola’s Dennis Woodside and Regina Dugan: The Full D11 Interview (Video)
Motorola is looking to get back to its roots. Particularly those roots that are still tied to taking big risks and coming up with category-defining products.
Speaking at D11, Motorola head Dennis Woodside talked about its next-gen Moto X phone, confirming the name as well as other details, including a fall arrival and the fact that it will be made in the U.S. (outside Fort Worth, Texas).
Further out, the company is looking at improving on the password by using electronic tattoos, swallowable pills and other forms of authentication. Woodside was joined onstage by Regina Dugan, the former DARPA head that now leads advanced research for Motorola.
Here’s the full video: