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  1. What Can Apple Watch Learn from Google Glass?


    Wed, 25 Mar 2015

    in partnership with Intel and Google ’s Android Wear, a version of ..... watch.” It is notable that Google ’s former subsidiary, Motorola Mobility, developed a smartwatch ..... hockey puck” on a wrist. Google has been getting wiser about

  2. Google Searches for Ad Market Domination


    Fri, 20 Mar 2015

    Internet search product as its foundation, Google GOOG/GOOGL has built an impressive portfolio ..... shine a light on other successful products Google has built in order to keep a hold on users ..... provide a greater benefit to advertisers. Google 's mobile operating system and browser

  3. Lenovo's Motorola looks to take market share from China rivals


    Mon, 26 Jan 2015

    BEIJING, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Motorola , the mobile handset maker bought by China's Lenovo Group Ltd from Google Inc for $2.9 billion, is optimistic about its prospects in the Chinese market, its president told Reuters.

  4. Danoff, Davis, Lynch: Stock-Picking Ahead of the Crowd

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    Sun, 29 Jun 2014

    what I mean. When you go on Google , you are seeking information ..... good job. But we preferred Google because what we love to do ..... curious how--obviously, Google bought Android, which ended ..... company [Skybox]. They bought Motorola . Now, Motorola looked lousy

    Google found at 19:42, 25:30

    share and then looking at it again at $40. I passed on Google at the IPO and we have that stock certificate hanging on our wall of shame. We have a mistake wall, where we
    per user, some of the examples of companies in Asia, or even Google , how much they're getting per user. I think there is a pretty long runway for that sort of Lollapalooza-type effect that Chris
  5. Don't Pick BlackBerry


    Fri, 20 Jun 2014

    handsets sold around the globe and Motorola with its popular line of Razr ..... s iPhone and a variety of Google 's Android-based devices ..... wireless players like Nokia and Motorola Mobility (acquired by Google ) have far more wireless intellectual

  6. Top Holdings of Four All-Weather Ultimate Stock-Pickers


    Tue, 17 Jun 2014

    4 + FedEx FDX 3 Narrow 139.21 0.95 Medium 40,119 4 NC Google GOOGL 3 Wide 559.5 1.08 High 377,379 4 ( - ) Adobe ADBE ..... 7 NC P&G PG 4 Wide 79.76 0.9 Low 215,827 3.6 + Motorola MSI 2 Narrow 66.46 1.25 Medium 16,776 3.5 NC Mndlez

  7. 5 Tech Picks in a Pricey Sector


    Fri, 28 Mar 2014

    alongside Apple's iOS and Google 's GOOG Android. Nokia ..... feel most comfortable holding Google at these levels, given its ..... its Instagram platform. For Google , the market leader, we believe ..... the company has divested its Motorola business, its recent acquisition

  8. Motorola Mobility CEO to join Dropbox ahead of Lenovo deal


    Thu, 13 Feb 2014

    Feb 13 (Reuters) - Private cloud storage company Dropbox Inc plans to name Google Inc executive Dennis Woodside, CEO of Motorola Mobility, as its first Chief Operating Officer.

  9. From Barron’s, February 3, 2014 (Part 2)


    Sat, 1 Feb 2014

    2.4%. What about the attraction of AAPL’s integrated hardware-software model? Well, Google [ GOOG ] ditched it by unloading its Motorola -smartphone business on to Lenovo [ LNVGY ; see also a mention among bullish stories ]. Microsoft

  10. The Friday Five

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    Fri, 31 Jan 2014

    TICKER:GOOG] Google is selling the Motorola smartphone business ..... dry. We see that Google is keeping most ..... When they made the Motorola deal, that was ..... term that they had Motorola . Rick Summer, who covers Google for [Morningstar

    Google found at 4:27, 8:12

    is another confirmation of that. Stipp: We got news this week that [TICKER:GOOG] Google is selling the Motorola smartphone business to Lenovo for $2.9 billion. It seems like they're selling for a lot less than they paid for it, but there is more to the story. Glaser: They brought it for $12.5 billion just back in 2012. So at first glance, this looks like a pretty big loss and a complete failure of Google strategy. But I don't think it's quite that cut and dry. We see that Google is keeping most of the patents. When they made the Motorola deal, that was one of the big things that they talked up was that this will give them a lot of ammunition in the patent wars--being able to have better patent agreements and protect the Android ecosystem, because they would control so much of the underlying intellectual property. That's still going to be the case here. They had already sold off the set-top box business, and got some cash there, and it really helped solidify the position of Android. Getting rid of the handset business helps Google focus on what their core strengths are, which is the software and the services. It was never going to be able to make great hardware devices. It's just something that they weren't able to do in the short term that they had Motorola . Rick Summer, who covers Google for [Morningstar], says that Google still controls a lot of value in that smartphone stack. Being able to control that software, being able to sell those ads, that's where the money is, that's where the potential value is. And Lenovo can probably be a better steward of the hardware business--something they are more of an expert in. Let them deal with that, and let Google really focus on what they're best at. Stipp: 37 million to 38 million is our estimate for [TICKER:AAPL] Apple iPhone unit sales in
    thought Facebook was basically in terminal decline. That was based on some Google searches, [from which they concluded that] it just didn't seem like people are interested in Facebook anymore. This report from the fourth
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