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US Applies Brakes to Google-Motorola Merger

Google received a "second request" from the Justice Department asking for more details about the deal.

Motorola Xoom LTE Upgrades Begin

Users will have to send their devices to Motorola to get new hardware, a process the company says will take about six business days.

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Amazon Kindle Tablet Could Shake Up Tablet Wars: Here's How

Amazon's brand recognition, bevy of existing e-reader owners, and e-commerce platform make it a formidable rival suited to go head-to-head with Apple.

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Top 10 Android Phone and Tablet Concepts

If it can be imagined, a designer will mock it up. And the burgeoning Android smartphone arena is ripe for reinvention. Here are 10 designs we find particularly inventive.

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Save Money on Cell Service With Prepaid Smartphones

Eager to get a new smartphone but unwilling to pay full price? Here are our tips for choosing a prepaid smartphone that fits your needs--and your budget.

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Threat of Settlements May Have Spurred Google, Moto Deal

Was Google's acquisition of Motorola born from necessity rather than opportunity?

Goodbye Wintel, Hello Gootel: Android Phones Expand To Use Intel Chips

If the partnership between Google and Intel works, you could see cheaper phones. But similar deals for Intel have fallen flat.

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Motorola Electrify Coming Soon To U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular adds the powerful Motorola Electrify to its lineup of Android smartphones.

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Motorola Droid Bionic, $200 With Verizon Contract

LetsTalk.com has the Motorola Droid Bionic for only $200, with a two-year Verizon contract.

Why the Droid Bionic Looks Great for Work

The Droid Bionic is here after many months of speculations, rumors and promises. Judging by how the features look, it will stand out among business smartphones this fall.