Motorola buys Zecter for better media transfer between devices

Motorola is getting serious before getting in tablet game. We have some good Android smartphones from Motorola, and now company is all ready to launch its first Android tablet at CES.

But before all this, company yesterday bought Zecter, the company behind ZumoCast and ZumoDrive softwares that let users move content from phones to computers and tablet devices. otorola says it plans to use Zector’s technology to “enhance Motorola Mobility’s mobile content experience and MOTOBLUR service.

“Consumers want seamless access to their content and media from wherever they are, while content providers want to ensure that content remains protected and secure,” said Christy Wyatt, corporate vice president of software and services, Motorola Mobility. “We believe that Zecter enables that seamless experience with the necessary security measures, and we are delighted to be able to work with this team.”

So get ready to see more media integration between Moto Android phones, tablets and PCs.


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