Google seem to love cracking out their mapping technology and wandering around odd places, we’ve seen the inside of sweetshops, Easter Island, up mountains and more. A little closer to home for Google though is one of their factories, more specifically the place where the Motorola Moto X smartphone is being manufactured.
The new Moto X is being made in the U.S. a big change from the majority of handsets that are now made by companies such as Pegatron and Foxconn. Located in Fort Worth, Texas, Google has put in the effort to allow us a digital tour of the factory using their Street View technology.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has said that the factory created over 2000 jobs for Fort Worth in just four months and that Google is still hiring in the area. Obviously a great investment for Texas, but if you want to take a look yourself you can explore the factory right here on Google Streetview.
Thank you Mashable for providing us with this information.
Image courtesy of Google Maps.