Well now, this sure is interesting. Motorola in an attempt to capitalize on its “we’re back” attitude given the recent success of the Droid is going to take a new approach, solve the homelessness situation, build a radio module capable of working on all HSPA frequencies in the United States. That means 3G devices that are capable of working on both AT&T AND T-Mobile. That’s just damn cool. Unfortunately though, as Engadget points out, Motorola isn’t building a device here, just the radio module that would go into devices conceivably manufactured by other companies globally. We have no idea what impact this could have on future devices or if it’s even likely to be adopted in the manufacturing process, but the idea, at first glance just seems awesome.