It's been no great secret the past year or so that Motorola is struggling, and that's putting it nicely. Now comes word from Phonescoop that the manufacturer is canning half of its handset division as soon as this week.

And, according to Phonescoop's anonymous source, Moto won't be at the CTIA show in April, and will significantly cut back the number of phones it launches.

Now the kicker: The only smartphones it will produce will be Android-based. As in, no more Windows Mobile. Does that mean the leaked concept shots we saw late last year will all run Android? Maybe. But the time it takes to develop phones leads us to bet against that. More likely, we'll see a few more Windows Mobile phones from Moto before the switch to the Big A.