Looks like everyone's favorite "Outlook for the Palm" software company, Good Technologies, is going to be bought out by Motorola. I'm not sure what this means for the future of Good, but it definitely puts Motorola in a more competitive space against RIM (and Microsoft). Interesting news no matter how you look at it. Good (makers of Goodlink and GoodAccess) have some great software (I know... I use it) and support for all the best devices presently available.
The acquisition also says a lot of good [no pun intended] for Good regarding the patent suit recently brought against them by Visto. On one hand, they'll have Motorola's legal team and money to fight or settle and on the other hand, the fact that Motorola is interested when Good is facing a patent suit says Motorola is confident of a successful outcome for Good.