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Motorola targets iPhone as Google goes on attack

The rivalry between technology heavyweights Apple and Google is set to heat up again as the latter's Motorola Mobility unit prepares to release a new smartphone designed to take on the iPhone just as it struggles to hold onto its market share.

Motorola's formerly successful Razr phone. The company has announced it will be launching a new model to compete with the smartphone market

Google's Moto X launched at D11 conference: Motorola hopes smartphone with smart price can reclaim mobile market

The new device will 'anticipate' the needs of the user, reacting differently when it is taken out of someone’s pocket as to when it is at rest

Telecom giants in position for £1bn ambulance chase

The biggest corporate names in telecoms and technology are believed to be eyeing up a £1bn deal to provide secure radio networks for the emergency services.

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Sergy Brin spotted on New York subway wearing 'Google goggles'

Video, audio, and magic headphones: Google glasses come into focus

Last month, Google co-founder Sergey Brin was photographed on the New York subway, sporting what appeared to be a pair of extremely expensive shades.

In a vindication for Google, Federal Trade Commission officials added that they didn't find enough evidence to support complaints that Google unfairly favors its own services in search results

Google does not skew search results, US antitrust regulators find

US anti-trust regulators have ended a long running investigation into Google without bringing any major charges against the search engine giant, a move that is likely to disappoint rivals.

Google's price tag sees Pace step away from Motorola deal

The TV set-top box maker Pace lost out in a bid battle to massively expand its US business yesterday as it baulked at the price demanded by internet giant Google for its Motorola Home division.

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Pace confirms Home talks

Shares in the TV set-top box maker Pace were suspended yesterday as it confirmed it is in talks to buy Google's Motorola Home business, which could lead to a reverse takeover.

Market Report: Pace still a runner in race for Motorola

Can a Yorkshire firm keep up with the pace in the bidding war for Google's Motorola set-top box business? The official deadline was last night, and Saltaire-based Pace was said to be up against Georgia-based Arris, France's Technicolor and private equity bidders.

Apple launches new patent claim against Samsung and Google Android

Apple has launched a new patent claim against Samsung and Android.

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Cycling: UCI seek end to Lance Armstrong saga

The embattled International Cycling Union were today meeting in an effort to draw a line under the Lance Armstrong affair and amid calls for a change of the organisation's leadership.

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