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Motorola and Intel to announce their first device on September 18

On September 18, Motorola and Intel will finally announce the first product in their partnership. The two companies have scheduled a press event for September 18 in London. We know for sure that Intel and Motorola are planning on announcing a new device running on Intel's Medfield platform. Will it be a tablet or ...

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Motorola to live stream September 5th press event. Watch it here!

Mobile viewing link If you weren't lucky enough to get an invite or to win tickets to Motorola and Verizon's September 5th press event, there's some good news for you. The entire press event will be streamed live! To watch the live stream of the event, simply head to Motorola's special live-stream Youtube ...

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It’s a done deal: Google finally acquires Motorola Mobility Inc.

Google's purchase of Motorola Mobility is a done deal. Today, Google's CEO, Larry Page, announced that the purchase of Motorola Mobility was now complete. The deal comes just a few days after Chinese regulators finally OK'd the acquisition. As part of the acquisition, Motorola's current CEO, Sanjay Jha will be ...

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China approves Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility

Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility Inc. could be final sometime next week thanks to the final approval from Chinese authorities. On Saturday, Chinese authorities finally approved Google's $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility. This approval comes months after approval was granted by the European ...

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Microsoft wins US import ban on Android devices by Motorola

A ruling by the US International Trade Commission on Friday could become a headache for Motorola and their Android products in the United States. Siding with Microsoft, the US ITC has ordered an import ban on Motorola Mobility products that run on Google's Android OS. According to the ITC, the devices infringe a ...

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Motorola Mobility posts $86 million loss in Q1, ships 5.1 million smartphones

Things are not looking so good for Motorola. The company has released its Q1 financial results, and despite great phones like the RAZR and RAZR Maxx, the company continued to lose money. During Q1 of 2012, Motorola Mobility posted a $86 million loss for the, $5 million more than the same period one year ago. ...

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Bloomberg: Google’s Dennis Woodside to replace Sanjay Jha as Motorola Mobility CEO

Now that Google's acquisition of Motorola is just about a done deal, things are expected to change over at Motorola Mobility. One of the first changes that will take place will be the replacement of current CEO Sanjay Jha. According to a report from Bloomberg, Sanjay Jha won't be CEO of Motorola Mobility once ...

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U.S. Department of Justice approves Google’s purchase of Motorola Mobility

Just a few hours after the Europe Commission approved Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility, the U.S. Department of Justice has just gone ahead and give the acquisition the thumbs up. The statement by DOJ echoes that made by the Europe Commission earlier today: the acquisition isn't likely to harm the mobile ...

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European Commission approves Google-Motorola deal

Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility inc. just got closer to becoming the real deal. Today, Google announced, via it's official blog, that the European Commission had cleared the deal for it to acquire Motorola. With Europe crossed-off the list, Google just needs approval from a few more jurisdictions, ...

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Motoroal DROID RAZR teased, again..

Motorola has put up a countdown page for its upcoming device, the DROID RAZR. They also included a teaser video to tell us that something is coming on October 18. Earlier today, we were able to find this clear snapshot of the Droid RAZR which confirms what we have already seen before: a sleek and 'razory' look, a ...

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Count down page for Motorola’s Droid RAZR now live

If you like suspense, Motorola has put up a countdown page on their site with a "coming soon, Faster. Thinner. Smarter. Stronger" teaser phrase. As you all probably know, the Motorola/Verizon event is scheduled for October 18 in New York. This timer is certainly pointing at the event. They've also included a promo ...

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OEM partners support Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility, inc.

The big news of the day today is that Google is acquiring Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion dollars. What does this mean for Android and specifically, what do the other OEMs think about the acquisition? For Android, at the very least, this definitely means that Google will put up a fight to all the patent troll ...

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