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Microsoft-Motorola trial ends first phase, with judge to set fair royalty rate

The presiding judge will now try to calculate what he thinks is a fair royalty rate for Motorola's patents

Motorola offers $100 trade-in for abandoned Android phones

The program is a consolation for Motorola's decision not to upgrade some of its Android phones

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Microsoft, Google square off over patent royalty rates

The patent trial could help establish how royalty rates are calculated for standards-essential patents

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Motorola unveils HC1, a kind of Google Goggles for business

Motorola Solutions has unveiled a head-mounted, voice-controlled computer that's targeted at the military and other industries where workers need hands-free access to information.

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Review: Motorola Droid Razr HD

Impressive upgrades to the display, battery, and processor make the Motorola Droid Razr HD a considerable improvement over its predecessor.

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German court: Samsung, Motorola don't infringe on Apple's multitouch patent

Samsung Electronics and Motorola Mobility don't infringe on an Apple patent that describes technology that prevents smartphone users from pushing two buttons at the same time on a touch screen, the lower regional court in Mannheim ruled on Friday.

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Razr i is Motorola's first Intel-powered Android smartphone

Motorola newest Razr phone will have an Intel mobile chip inside.

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First Look: Droid Razr M offers great specs at great price

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Over at TechHive, Armando Rodriguez spends some time with Motorola's new Android phone and comes away impressed.

Droid Razr M Review: Great specs at a great price

After spending some time with the newly announced Droid Razr M, Armando Rodriguez finds it to be a top notch Android smartphone and the best phone around for budget-minded buyers.

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Rivals Rush to Announce Products Before Apple's New iPhone

Although Apple is not confirming anything, its competitors have scheduled events intended to steal some of the spotlight and drain the anticipation of the next-generation iPhone.

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