Under Google, Motorola has exited markets, cut thousands of jobs, and sold its cable set-top box unit.
But the company has apparently decided to stick with its business of making accessories that complement its phones. Motorola is putting the finishing touches on a new lineup of Bluetooth headsets and other add-ons.
Twitter user @evleaks, known for accurately predicting past moves, posted a photo on Friday of several new audio accessories under the "Sonic" brand name. Products include the Sonic Boom and Sonic Sliver II earpieces, as well as a Sonic Hub
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