Over a year after Google completed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility, the latter company has officially updated its logo to reflect the change. Motorola has crafted a new logo for itself that features the same old "M" that we're used to, but now sports an all-lower case "motorola" name along with a tagline that reads "a Google company." The Verge has shared a version of the new logo with a colorful ring around the "M," while a purple version that can be seen below is being used to tout Motorola's sponsorship of the TechWeek Chicago conference.
While this new Motorola logo won't really have an effect on the mobile hardware that it produces, it is a big part of the company's transition to a Google subsidiary. Opinions on the look of the revamped logo and its more modern design are sure to vary, but after looking it over for a few minutes, I can dig it. Now that Moto's officially shown its new logo off to the world, here's to hoping that it's got another, more hardware-focused announcement planned for the near future. What do you think of Motorola's new logo?