Motorola deal a win-win for Lenovo and Google that could reshape smartphone market

Michael Passingham
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Analysts disagree about Google's motives, however

Google's decision to sell its Motorola Mobility smartphone business to Lenovo for $2.91bn has the potential to change the face of the smartphone industry. The offloading of the business seems like an...

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