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Apple and Motorola Mobility, which is still owned by Google, have jointly announced their long running smartphone patent court fight has been settled, but without a cross-licensing agreement.
A new report has revealed that Foxconn has sold considerable number of communication patents to Google for an undisclosed amount of money recently, as Google looks towards strengthening its portfolio.
Google has just announced that it will be offloading the loss-making Motorola Mobility smartphone business to Chinese OEM Lenovo in a deal valued at about $2.91 billion.
Motorola Mobility has filed a patent application for a wireless microphone that would be tattooed to a person's neck. The wild concept could be used as a smartphone accessory for communications.
Google has confirmed it will be laying off 1,200 more jobs at its Motorola Mobility division, or about 10 percent of the smartphone subsidiary's total workforce.
A judge has thrown out 13 of the patent claims that Motorola Mobility, and its parent company Google, have made against Microsoft in the ongoing legal battle between the two tech giants.
A U.S. Court has ruled that Google's Motorola Mobility subsidary won't be able to enforce an injunction that would've kept Microsoft products out of Germany over a case that's been ongoing since 2010.
Google has initiated the process of finding a buyer for the Home Business unit of recently acquired Motorola Mobility, which sells set-top boxes and other cable equipment to television providers.
Google announced plans to downsize Motorola Mobility's workforce on Sunday, with the intention of cutting down the workforce by 4,000 employees.
Google has officially closed its acquisition deal of Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. Motorola's current CEO, Sanjay Jha, will step down and be replace by Dennis Woodside.
The $12.5 billion merger of Google and Motorola Mobility could officially close early next week as the Chinese government has now given its approval for the deal.
Microsoft's legal battles with Motorola Mobility are forcing the company to move its European distribution operations from Germany to the Netherlands, to avoid any disruptions the litigation might bring.
The European Commission and the US Justice Department have both approved the proposed $12.5 billion merger between Google and Motorola Mobility, although other countries must still approve the deal.
Motorola Mobility reported that its fourth quarter 2011 revenues would be below previous expectations, and that it shipped 5.3 million smartphones with the Android OS in the fourth quarter.
The shareholders of Motorola Mobility have now officially approved the idea of merging the smartphone and tablet company with Google, paving the way for the deal to become official in early 2012.
Motorola Mobility has filed a notice that it plans to cut 800 jobs even as the company's shareholders vote to approve or disapprove of Google acquiring the company as announced in August.
Motorola's long-time CEO Robert W. Galvin passed away peacefully in Chicago, aged 89, as his family has confirmed.
Motorola Mobility is being sued over Android by a company Google provided funds to, in what is probably one of the most awkward lawsuits of 2011.
One of Motorola Mobility's investors has filed a lawsuit against the company saying that Motorola could get more than $12.5 billion from its proposed sale to Google.
A new report claims that Google will have to pay Motorola Mobility a whopping $2.5 billion if today's planned acquisition doesn't go through as scheduled.