The internet search giant Google agreed to purchase Motorola on August 15th, for the mere price of just 12.5 billion dollars. When asked for a comment about the purchase during this rough economy Google replied “Debt ceiling schmet ceiling, Google runs things, look it up.”
In a statement, the company commented that this purchase would help “supercharge the Android ecosystem.” I have no idea what that means. It just sounds like Google is preparing robots for world domination.
This bold business move has prompted Google’s main competitor, Microsoft’s Bing to continue trying to convince people that they’re a also search engine.