Motorola has confirmed that it is laying people in its Chicago office off, though it also says “our Moto Z family will continue.” Prior to this announcement, multiple people close to the company have stated that a significant portion of Moto’s engineering staff in Chicago has been laid off, with a Moto Mod owner going as far as saying the “Z team in Moto was irreversibly impacted.” However, Motorola says that the Moto Z line will “continue.” An initial source came from user “Ex-Motorolan,” who states that he/she is losing a dream job, on TheLayoff.com: Motorola Mobility (Lenovo) just tapped 50% of their Chicago workforce on the shoulder to let them know they are being laid off. Their expected last day of work is April 6, 2018. Sad… and to think this was my dream job getting out of college. This was compounded by Liangchen Chen, the owner of the Keyboard Mod for Moto Z devices. He responded to an Indiegogo backer who asked if the Moto Z line was being killed off with, “To be honest, it looks even worse than that…” Chen was initially hesitant to discuss the situation, saying “There has been some shocking news recently, I cannot… Read full this story
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