Motorola’s Dennis Woodside and Regina Dugan: The Full D11 Interview (Video)

First up from the company is the Moto X, a made-in-the-USA Android phone, with long-term efforts focused on finally banishing the password and more.

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Regular D attendees will certainly remember Regina Dugan, who riveted the crowd at D9 with stories of Mach 20 airplanes and other cloak-and-dagger tech. A technogeek who has been widely recognized for her leadership in innovation and technology development, Dugan leads Motorola Mobility’s Advanced Technology & Projects group, a skunkworks-inspired team chartered to deliver breakthrough innovations. She was the first woman to lead the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the principal agency within the Department of Defense for research, development and demonstration of high-risk, high-payoff capabilities for the current and future combat force. The co-author of “Engineering Thermodynamics,” Dugan also co-founded and heads a niche investment firm.

Posts With Regina Dugan

Motorola Taps 3D Systems to Help Make “Project Ara” Customizable Phone a Reality

A phone whose individual modules can be replaced sounds appealing, but it still needs to win support from component makers, carriers and regulators — not to mention consumers.
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Motorola Creates Newfangled Way to Securely “Skip” the Password

A wearable fob lets Moto X owners securely use their device without having to enter a PIN or password.
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Moto X Won’t Be the Second Coming, but It’s Too Soon to Count Out Google’s New Hardware Unit

The Android phone is a hint of Google’s ambitions — and the company hopes to sell plenty — but there is more to come from Motorola.
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Motorola’s First Moto X Ad Pitches Patriotism and “Personalized” Smartphones

Motorola readies its first phone launch under the wide wings of Google.
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Passwords on Your Skin and in Your Stomach: Inside Google’s Wild Motorola Research Projects (Video)

Motorola’s Regina Dugan is working to fix “the mechanical mismatch between humans and electronics” by bringing the computers onto and into the body.
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The KatieCam Collection

In a series of fast and fun interviews, Katie Boehret got D11 headliners talking about all sorts of non-digital things.
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What Happens When You Wear Your Computer? D11 Speakers Sound Off. (Video)

So, what happens when you put powerful computer technology on even smaller devices, like glasses, watches and other stuff you wear?
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Electric Cars, Wearable Computing and TV Disruption — 10 Things You Missed During the First Two Days of D11

Not constantly refreshing our homepage? Never fear — here’s a good place to start if you missed anything from the first two days at D11.
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Motorola’s Dennis Woodside and Regina Dugan: The Full D11 Interview (Video)

First up from the company is the Moto X, a made-in-the-USA Android phone, with long-term efforts focused on finally banishing the password and more.
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KatieCam: Motorola’s Regina Dugan on Dancing and Cooking (Video)

All the ingredients for a compelling evening.
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DARPA’s Regina Dugan Will Join Google

DARPA: That’s Mach 20, Baby