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Gopinath Palaniappan
Works at Motorola Mobility, a Lenovo company
Attended Bradley University
Lives in Sunnyvale, CA, USA
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    M.S.E.E., 2000
    Neural Networks, Information Theory
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Dream. Plan. Design. Execute. Repeat.
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"It takes a split second to change the world. Rest of the life is about preparing for that second."

Hi, I work for Motorola Mobility, a Lenovo Company. I take on several roles depending on the project. I am a Project Manager for software license compliance on all our devices. I am the webmaster for http://opensource.motorola.com. Lastly, I am a pirate..no really.. I work on kool projects such as Protocoder
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I work on several open source and internal projects that impact the universe...in a good way :). Come say Hi and we can talk more.
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Product Manager, Software Pedigree and Mobile Forensics Lab
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Open Source Compliance, PMP, Project Management, Innovation/Prototyping, Robotics, AI, Analytics, BigQuery
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  • Motorola Mobility, a Lenovo company
    Product Manager, 2014 - present
  • Motorola Mobility, LLC(a Google Company)
    Distinguished Member of Technical Staff(R&D), 1999 - 2014
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Sunnyvale, CA, USA
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Libertyville, IL, USA - Champaign, IL, USA - Arlington Hts, IL, USA - Bangalore, India
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Smartphone philosophy: Has Motorola had it right all along?
In 2013 Motorola began down a very different path from its rivals with the original Moto X, forgoing the spec race in favor of focusing on user experience first and foremost. That meant clean, non-bloated software that had a few meaningful additions but ultimately kept a near-stock look and feel. It also meant more customization options so people could have their phones better express their own style. A few months later, Motorola switched thin...
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When Microsoft is killing it with something this good, maybe it's finally time for Google to do something about its own emulator.
Microsoft is in the midst of it's annual Build conference. Basically, it's a lot like Google I/O or WWDC, but with fewer online viewers. The keynote presen... by Cody Toombs in Android OS, Development, News
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So what people will still buy and it will be record sales
It's not just consumer demand that's constraining supplies of Apple Watch. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple has discovered a major defect with the watch's taptic engine, which is...
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That's unfortunately true.
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Pull your own weight!! This tiny .5 ounce robot is pulling 2000 times it's own weight! Engineers at Stanford created these little guys with sticky gecko-like feet. 

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn27413-tiny-robots-climb-walls-carrying-more-than-100-times-their-weight.html#.VT5UTWRViUB
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Now we need this feature on the watch or smartphone...so you know why ;-)
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LOL Oh, I know, I got the joke. =) I was playing along. I'll go back to work now... ;)
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Tesla's new Powerwall product comes in 7 and 10 kilowatt-hour modules, and works as a complete battery back-up for homes
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With the release of Arduino 1.6.2 we turned a page in the history of Arduino: The “old” IDE 1.0.x is replaced by a more modern and more modular development environment which introduced a lot of usability improvements for Makers. The community responded energetically to these new features by ...
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Please Donate...its Good Karma!!!
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Rapid Android Development: Build Rich, Sensor-Based Applications with Processing

Create mobile apps for Android phones and tablets faster and more easily than you ever imagined.

Use “Processing,” the free, award-winning, graphics-savvy language and development environment, to work with the touchscreens, hardware sensors, cameras, network transceivers, and other devices and software in the latest Android phones and tablets.

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Create mobile apps for Android phones and tablets faster and more easily than you ever imagined.
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Every coding tutorial ever written. -@ossia 
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