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Google officially owns Motorola, replaces CEO with a Google veteran

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Motorola is now officially owned and operated by Google. The landmark acquisition was first announced in August 2011, but it did not become official until the deal gained approval from the United States, Euro…

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Motorola decides to release fewer phones during 2012

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If you take a minute to reflect on 2011 in terms of Android smartphones, one thing that might come to mind is how many were launched.  Motorola recognizes this fact as it released many new smartphones in the calen…

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Motorola CEO blames Android apps for phone quality issues, thinks Blur can fix that

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Why does your Motorola phone freeze so much? How on Earth can you explain the lag or apps that work perfectly fine on other phones yet seem to crash on your Atrix 4G or Droid X? You would naturally assume that there&…

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Android Person of the Year Nominee: Sanjay Jha

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Sanjay Jha CEO, Motorola Mobility Nominated because: Leads a popular and controversial phone manufacturer. Motorola Mobility recently split off from Motorola to form an independent company to sell handse…

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Motorola making an Android phone with 2GHz processor

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You read the title right. Motorola is working on a phone that would support a 2GHz processor – two! Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha revealed his plans for a supercharged phone yesterday at an executive event in Ch…

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Android Phones

Motorola Droid sales still “going extremely well”

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The Motorola Droid is still a more than capable Android handset, however given the competition at this point, one had to wonder just how popular the phone has remained with new customers. Well, it seems its stil…

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Android saved Motorola, but CEO Jha has his eyes on a new OS

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Android saved Motorola, but CEO Jha has his eyes on a new OS

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Motorola was undeniably saved by Android and the boost they received by being the first company to bring Android 2.0 to market. But being a leader in one OS isn’t enough for Motorola; the company has eyes o…

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