It began in Illinois in 1928 with the manufacture of battery-eliminators designed to enable battery-powered radios to operate on household current. When those devices became obsolete the business shifted to making car radios and created the Motorola® name by linking "motor" (for motorcar) with "ola" (which implies sound). In time the company migrated to the communications business and with a split into two separate companies in 2011, Motorola Mobility set its sights on creating home and network mobility solutions. Monitor what matters at home or on the go with wireless two-way digital video and audio monitors, a baby registry favorite; keep tabs on your little one using digital baby monitors with Wi-Fi® internet viewing; enjoy peace of mind with enhanced 2-way audio digital video baby monitors and baby motion sensors. Additional products include wireless video baby monitors, wireless indoor/outdoor video monitors and extra baby monitor cameras.