Those stars seem to be aligning.
Motorola will deliver an Android-powered touchscreen smartphone with a Qwerty keyboard to Verizon (VZ - Get Report) in the fourth quarter, says a company source close to the plan who requested anonymity.
It hasn't been any secret that Motorola tossed out its Microsoft (MSFT - Get Report) Windows Mobile plans this year in favor of Google's Android operating system. It was a bold bet on an iffy software, but Cupcake, the new version of the Android system, has been a pleasant surprise.After nearly 24 hours of trials in TheStreet labs with T-Mobile's new Android Cupcake powered MyTouch phone from HTC, it is starting to look like Google's Web-friendly phone software works pretty well.
|Android Cupcake may be Motorola' sweet treat.|
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